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									                   CouncilDrafts New ReorganizationPlan
    A new plan for reorganization                            NCAA Convention              in Miami, Fla.         and success in NCAA             competi-            vision 1 on October 22, are essen-                     size, in addition   to the six “com-
of NCAA        Division      1, with mem-                       Where        currently       membership          tion on a sport-by-sport           basis.           tially summarized   by three prin-                     mon” or all-divisional      champion-
bership     qualification       based upon                   in Division        1 is dependent         upon         The member would earn points                     ciples  on which     the   Steering                    ships. Basketball      would     be in-
sponsorship         of a broad-based                         strength       of football      and basket-         for meeting each minimum              stan-         Committee     based its new       ap-                  cluded   as a sport in which            a
 athletic    program,       has been rec-                    ball schedules,         the new concept             dard, then have to meet a mini-                     proach.                                                member of Division      11 or Ill could
ommended          by the Association’      s                  would      eliminate       this basis for          mum total of points over a three-                                  Basic Principles                        compete in the Division       1 tourna-
 Council.                                                    qualification        and require         spon-      year period       to qualify     for and                                                                   ment.
                                                                                                                                                                         First,     any member          would     be
    Leadership       in developing         the               sorship of eight varsity            intercol-       maintain     Division     1 membership.
                                                                                                                                                                     eligible      for Division      1 member-                 The number of sports in which
 program came from the Council’             s                legiate sports, including             football         Coupled with these changes in
                                                                                                                                                                     ship if it sponsors a broad ath-                       the institution     could enter      the
Division       1 Steering        Committee,                  and basketball,           plus meeting          a   membership        qualification     would
                                                                                                                                                                     letic program.        This must include                Division   1 event would be deter-
under      the chairmanship              of J.               minimum          performance        standard        be greater and more flexible            op-
                                                                                                                                                                     at least eight         sports,     including           mined by the Lumber of sports it
Neils     Thompson,          University       of             throughout        the program.                      portunities    for members of Divi-
                                                                                                                                                                     football      and basketball,       and each           sponsored.      An institution     with
Texas, Austin.                                                  That      performance          would        be   sions II and IH to participate            in
                                                                                                                                                                     sport must be conducted              in Divi-          four or five varsity      sports could
    The Council         plans to sponsor                     measured by a table which would                     Division    I championships.
                                                                                                                                                                     sion 1.                                                compete      in Division     1 in one
the proposed modifications              to the               weigh      an institution’  s           travel         The specific       proposals     which
                                                                                                                                                                         Second, Division         I institutions            sport; six, seven or eight:         two
Association’ s            three-divisional                   squads,       financial       aid    commit-        are spelled out in a memorandum
                                                                                                                                                                     and conferences         will not be guar-              sports in Division       1; nine, ten
membership         format      at the 1977                   ment,      intercollegiate        schedule          mailed to the membership            of Di-
                                                                                                                                                                     anteed       appearances       on the As-              and eleven: three; and twelve or
                                                                                                                                                                     sociation’ s      football     television              more, four Division      1 sports.
                                                                                                                                                                     series. A member would have to
                                                                                                                                                                     qualify      on the merit of its pro-                    Specific     Recommendations
                                                                                                                                                                     gram. Appearance             guarantees                    In addition     to the three broad
                                                                                                                                                                     would       be offered        Divisions       H        principles,     specific recommenda-
                                                                                                                                                                     and KU.                                                tions would        spell out the per-
                                                                                                                                                                         Third, members of Division                11       formance       standard    mentioned
                                                                                                                                                                     and III could compete                in from           above, establish more demanding
                                                                                                                                                                     one to four Division             I Champi-             criteria    for automatic      qualifica-
                            VOL. 13 - NO.               13                                                  NOVEMBER         1, 1976
                                                                                                                                                                     onships, depending          upon program                               Continued        on page 3

                  JOHN       NABER                                               PHIL     FORD                            HARVEY          GLANCE                               PETER KORMANN                                           STAN DZIEDZIC
     Unirersify     of   Southern   California                      University      of   North   Corolino                     Auburn     Universdy                       Southern     Connectirut     Stole   College               Slippery Rock State College

           Honors luncheon to RecognizeNCAA Olympians
           Olympic      medalists      who                   visions      1 and         11 gymnastics            tan    wrestling      program.                      NCAA       member         institutions         who     won individual       or figured in team
have     participated      in National                       championships          at Southern       Con-           At the Luncheon              during     the     participated             in Montreal,”                 gold medal efforts.
Collegiate        Championships        will                  necticut     State College, and Stan                7lst NCAA Convention                in Miami        NCAA        President        John        A. FU-           Naber returned        from Montreal
appear       at    the    1977      Honors                   Dziedzic,     former       three-time      Di-      Beach, Fla., these five outstand-                   zak, Michigan          State University,               with the greatest           share of any
Luncheon        to represent     all other                   vision      11 wrestling            champion        ing student-athletes          will be rec-          stated. “Our contributions                 to the      NCAA       student-athlete,       winning
student-athletes       who have com-                         from     Slippery       Rock State Cal-             ognized       with     the College        Ath-      U. S. Olympic           cause have been                gold     medals       in world-record
peted in NCAA          competition      and                  lege.                                               letics’ Top Ten and the Theodore                    of tremendous           significance.                  times     in the loo-meter           hack-
the XXI Olympiad.                                                                                                Roosevelt        Award     winner       at the         “It    only     is fitting          that      we    stroke     (55.49)    and too-meter
                                                                Each of these athletes              except
                                                                                                                                                                     pause to recognize              the sacrifice          backstroke       (1~15.19). He also won
   Gold medal winners        John Na-                        Dziedzic      currently        attend    their      Honors Luncheon,            Tuesday, Jan-
                                                                                                                                                                     and      dedication           which          these     a silver      in the ZOO-meter free-
ber, University     of Southern  Cali-                       respective      institutions       in under-        uary 11.
                                                                                                                                                                     young people have demonstrated,                        style competition.
fornia swimmer;       Phil Ford, Uni-                        graduate        programs           and    will          “The    Association        is proud       of
                                                                                                                                                                     and to rrflect upon the Associa-                          But this did not satisfy             the
versity of North Carolina basket-                            compete       in the 1977 National                  the successes           of its members’
                                                                                                                                                                     tion’s     commitment             to provide           eight-time      NCAA champion,         who
ball all-America;      Harvey Glance,                        Collegiate     Championships.          Dzied-       athletes      in the Olympic           Games,
                                                                                                                                                                     the brst possible             coaching          and    also participated         in both U. S.
Auburn    University     NCAA sprint                         zic is working         toward a master’     s       and these five student-athlctrs
                                                                                                                                                                     training     for its student-athletes.”                gold medal relay races, the 800-
champion;     and bronze medalists                           degree at Michigan            State Univer-         represent         the    excellence         and
                                                                                                                                                                        Male athletes who had attended                      meter      freestyle     and the       400-
Peter    Kormann,       who won Di-                          sity and assisting with the Spar-                   spirit     of      those     people       from
                                                                                                                                                                     or were attending              NCAA         mem-       meter medley.
                                                                                                                                                                     ber institutions           collected         48 of                     s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Naber’         Record

Convention, Delegate Appointment
                                                                                                                                                                     the 94 Olympic             medals won by                   Naber, a senior at USC, recent-
                                                                                                                                                                     male      and     female          competitors          ly has been the main figure be-
                                                                                                                                                                     representing        the United           States.       hind the Trojans’ swimming                   SUC-
                                                                                                                                                                        Female       competitors          or teams          cess and three consecutive                    Na-

Procedures Outlined
    Chief     executive            officers        of        and alternate          delegates       on the       ment form at registration.                That
                                                                                                                                                                     earned      18, while
                                                                                                                                                                     were carned in sports in which
                                                                                                                                                                     the Association
                                                                                                                                                                                     exclusively         of females
                                                                                                                                                                                                   20 of the 94

                                                                                                                                                                                              does not sponsor
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            tional Collegiate

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                It all began his freshman

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     won      individual
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     in the 500-yard

member        institutions          are urged                proper form signed by the chief                     institution’
                                                                                                                            s       representatives         will     a championship.            Nine were won               f rerstyle,      loo-yard        backstroke
to pay particular           attention       to the           executive        ollicer,      transferring         be registered          as visitors        until     by non-NCAA            member          affiliated      and 200-yard           backstroke.
appointment          of their          delegates             the voting rights among them is                     such time as a letter or telegram                   athletes      in sports in which                 the       As a sophomore,          Nabcr repeat-
to the 1977 NCAA Convention                        in        a matter       of institutional          judg-      is received      from the chief exec-               Association      does sponsor a cham-                  cd in these three events, and he
view of several refinements                     and          ment since the voter and alter-                     utive officer or his stand-in,               of-    pionship.                                              won third titles in the loo-yard
modifications          in      the      Associa-             nate(s)     have been approved                 as   ficially     appointing         the     voting          However,         tallying         just       the   and 200-yard           backstroke        events
tion’ Convention
      s                      procedures.                     voters      by the        institution.        No    and alternate          delegates.                    medals won in sports recognized                       in 1976.
    At the 1977 Convention,                  visit-          badges will be changed                  among           To facilitate      these procedural              by the Association,            male athletes              Naber holds NCAA records in
ing delegates          without          speaking             voters and their           alternates.              refinements.       a new type of Con-               from     NCAA         members           captured       the loo-yard         backstroke        (49.94))
privileges      will      be seated apart                        fl When       the form          has been        vention      badge will        be used in            47 of 56 or 84%.                                      200-yard        backstroke         (1:46.827),
from the official voting                  and al-            signed      by the chief            executive       January,      featuring       both a col-                  Numerous                Standouts               and shares membership                   to the
ternate delegates. A special “ob-                            officer, no one may be added as                     ored name card and a colored                           Standouts       were numerous       dur-            NCAA         400-yard        medley        relay
server”      section       will be created                   a voting       or alternate          delegate       ribbon to designate           the wearer’    s      ing    the       Olympic     excitement                record (3:19.221),           400-yard      free-
for visiting       delegates          in an at-              without       a letter        or telegram           status as a voter            or alternate.          which     saw the U. S. rrturn           the           style     relay      (2:57.54)      and 800-
tempt      to minimize           the conges-                 from that chief executive               officer.    Visiting        delegates           without         basketball       gold medal       after     a           yard freestyle         relay    (6:33.13).
tion that has created                  problems              Thus, no individual            appointed       as   speaking      privileges     will have no           four-year         absence,    win                          With his eight individual             titles,
in counting         of votes at recent                       a visitor     may become a voter or                 ribbon attached          to their badges,           medals      in 12 of 13 swimming                        combined        with      membership           to
Conventions.                                                  alternate      without        written       au-    again facilitating         recognition         of   events (23 of 27 medals overall),                       four winning         relay teams during
    In addition,       the NCAA             Coun-            thorization      from the chief exec-                Looters and speakers.                              and other         successful   efforts     in           his career,        Nabcr      has won          12
cil     and    Executive            Committee                utive.                                                         Delegate          Forms                  gymnastics,       track and field, div-                 NCAA       championships.
have approved            these procedures                        fl When no appointment                 form        Chief   executive       officers   will          ing, wrestling        and rowing.                          Nabrr     needs two more titles
regarding       appointment              of dele-             is received     from the chief exec-               rrceive the appointment           of dele-             A total of 26 current         and for-               to become         the all-time          NCAA
gates and changes in those ap-                               utive officer, the athletic              direc-     gate form with their            copies of           mer individual        NCAA champions                    career     individual        championship
pointments:                                                  tor or other institutional              repre-      the Official    Notice of the Con-                  medalcd       for the U. S. in Mon-                     leader. He presently           is tied with
    fl Once an institution                 or or-             sentative    no longer will be per-                vention,    which     will    be mailed             treal, while 12 current          and for-               former     Indiana       star Mark         Spitz
 ganization       appoints          its voting               mitted     to complete          an appoint-                           Continued         on page 3       mer individual        NCAA champions                                     Continued        on page 6
The Editor’ View                                                                                                                                                                        Columnary                                                Craft
                                                                                                                                                                                 Reprinted      below
                                                                                                                                                                                                    is an ercerpt  from the writing    of a news columnist

          ‘Saturday Fever” Keeping                                                                                                                                             commenting   pertinently   ubout intercollegiate   athletics.  It is selected
                                                                                                                                                                               becnttse the NCAA NEWS feels it makes a point and discusses a topic
                                                                                                                                                                               which will interest NEWS readers.

        TV Ratings, Attendance on Rise
   With interest apparently sparked by a sea-
son of upsets, ratings for the weekly tele-
                                                                                       last year’ 30 per cent.
                                                                                           0f the actual number of sets in use which
                                                                                                                                                                                      Don’ Fret
casts of college football have risen dramati-
cally from last season’ strong showing, with
attendance figures continuing
                                          at a record
                                                                                       were tuned to the program, 1976 six-week
                                                                                       average figures were 9,610,000, compared
                                                                                       to 8,700,OOO in 1975.
                                                                                           Home totals and share were 9,300,OOO and
                                                                                                                                                                                    About Colleges
                                                                                                                                                                                                              By     DAVID          CONDON
   This positive trend in both departments                                             35 per cent in 1975, indicating the 1976 pace                                                                                 Chicogo     Tribune
st,cms from the fact that college football,                                            strongly is ahcad of a year ago in each cate-                                              Was the average attendance       at National Football   League regular-
which ignites autumn Saturday afternoons,                                              gory.                                                                                   season games in 19’ higher
                                                                                                                                                                                                        75        Or  lower than the avcragr      home at-
grows as one of this nation’ most popular                                                  But the magic of witnessing all the color                                           tendance   at:
athletic at tractions.                                                                 and excitement of college football in person                                               (1) Michigan,    (2) Ohio State, (3) Wisconsin,     (4) Michigan    State,
    After six weeks of the 1976 season, all                                            still cannot be matched. To be involved and                                             (5) Purdue,    (6) Illinois, (7) Iowa?
three     ITGijcJr   television     barometers     for                                 experience the “electricity”      of football ac-                                              s a tip-thr
                                                                                                                                                                                  Here’            average               regular-season           gate     in the   NFL     was
N(:AA (:ollege Football on ARC-TV were up                                              tion at its finest obviously turns Americans                                            56,116. And that means,    .
from last year. Significant             increases oc-                                  on more and more all the time.                                                            It was lower than the home average at Michigan                (98,449), Ohio
curred in the ratings,          or percentage of all                                       After seven weeks of the 1976 schedule,                                             State (87,856),   Wisconsin       (73,961),   Michigan  State     (66,894),  and
 (71 million)      television     homes watching      a                                major      college football  attendance    figures                                      Purdue  (59,428). And the NFL gate barely was higher than the some
proKr:lm ; share, the percentage of sets HC-                                           were over 13 million people. These figures                                              average  at  Champaign      (Illinois,   54,688) and Iowa     City (53,448).
tually in use during the telecast which were                                           represent a 3.1 per cent increase ahead of                                                 Staggering  figurrs,    )
                                                                                                                                                                                                       huh’ Particularly                    when you consider that thr
tuned to the prcJgI%m;         and homes, the num-                                      the all-time record pace established in 1975.                                          pro game gets a great edge with the                          media and can publicize  its
ber of television         households viewing       the                                      All games this season involving      at least                                      stars over several seasons, in contrast                      to the constant turnover of
proE!ram.                                                                               one major team have averaged 30,736, corn-                                             college headliners.
    Ratings were up eight per cent to 135,                                              pared to 29,808 at the same time a year ago.                                             “The Big 10 is America’   s     most popular    football    confermcr,”    Com-
compared to 12.5 for a comparable period in                                                If enthusiasm for the college game con-                                             missioner   Wayne     Duke    said. “And     college     football              s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    is America’
1!175. The 197s season total was 13.2 per                                               tinues at this pace, a new season record is                                            most popular   spectator   sport.
cent, so 1he current 1976 figure, hy the end                                            inevitable.                                                                                 m prrjudicrd,
                                                                                                                                                                                  “I’                 but      rvidrnce   (attendance)               backs our boast that
of this season, can he expected to exceed the                                               Both the TV and attendance figures point                                           college football   is the       more exciting     game.            . . . more plays, more
high mark of 14.0 set in 1971.                                                                                                                                                 wide-open   competition.
                                                                                        to the increased interest of American sports
    Share figures for 1976 after six weeks                                              fans in the unpredictability      and the com-                                            “There    is nothing      in pro    football       that         t
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              hasn’   been     on the   college
were 37 per cent, a substantial increase over                                           petitiveness of the college game.                                                      scene first.”
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Inspired         by    Woody
                                                                                                                                                                                  Commissioner    Duke was inspired    by a question    fired at Ohio

Hot Dogs, Apple Pie and Chevrolet                                                                                                                                                   s
                                                                                                                                                                               State’ Woody Hayes during the weekly meeting of the Chicago foot-
                                                                                                                                                                               ball writers’ chapter.
                                                                                                                                                                                  Hayes was asked if this year’ Buckeyes     had as many professional
     IIot I)ogs, Apple Pie and Chevrolet has re-                                        honored by having scholarships          placed in                                      prospects as in recent seasons. Woody roared:
cently been a popular advertising         slogan,                                       their names in the general scholarship fund                                                       t
                                                                                                                                                                                  “We don’ run a football     program to develop players for the pros.
and, of course, the name Chevrolet has be-                                              at numerous institutions.      But the most for-                                       You mentioned     what a fine young man Brian       Baschnagel   (Bears’
come almost synonymous with NCAA foot-                                                  tunat c hcncficiaries have been those able to                                          versatile rookie)  really  is. Brian sure is. He can play pro ball, he
1J:d1    and sponsorship    of ARC’ s televised                                         obtain a college education because of Chev-                                            can go to law school, he can do whatever      he wants. . . .
Game of the Week.                                                                             s
                                                                                        rolet’ contribution.                                                                                              s
                                                                                                                                                                                  “But you tell Brian he’ going to lose a friend      down here (CO-
     Not only has t.his industrial    giant con-                                            At the conclusion of the 1976 season,                                              lumhus)    if he doesn’ go to law
                                                                                                                                                                                                     t             school               s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                and that’ me.”
tributed     millions of dollars to commercial                                          Chevrolet   will have donated .$X29,000 for                                                      s
                                                                                                                                                                                  So that’ how Commissioner      Duke got started. Agreeing  with Mr.
telecasts of NCAA football over the past                                                this worthwhile      project. To paraphrase an-                                        Wayne Woodrow       Hayes, as commissionrrs   seldom do, Duke said:
11 years. but nearly a half million dollars                                             other advertising      slogan, Chevrolet is hull-                                         “Maybe      Big 10 schools do havr purposes and objectives                        which      far
h.‘ been donated to the scholarship           pro-                                                       s
                                                                                        ish on America’ young people.                                                          transcend     pitting people into pro football. . . .I’
grams of our nation’ colleges and univer-                                                   The NCAA        NEWS extends Chevrolet       a                                        Subsequently.    after spelling   out again the glories of college foot-
sities since the Chevrolet scholarship pro-                                             big thank you on behalf of the Association                                             ,ball (which     he and the Rig 10 seek to preserve       by opposing   any
gram began in 1971.                                                                     and the students of member institutions,                                               national  championship     playoffs)  Wayne went into another     area.
     Scores of student-athletes      have been                                          malt and female, athletes and non-athletes.                                                  m protecting
                                                                                                                                                                                   “I’              the interests     of the colleges,” said the Uig 10 com-
                                                                                                                                                                                  . .
                                                                                                                                                                               mis.s~oncr, “and we’   re trying     to dcbvelop workable     agrccmcnts  with

 Minnesota; Nevada,                                                                                                             Reno                                           the pros. Next Monday
                                                                                                                                                                                (NCAA)    and profrssional
                                                                                                                                                                                                              I’ preside      at a meeting
                                                                                                                                                                                                              sports liaison committee.”
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               of the college

 Placed on Probation
    The University              of Minnesota,              not in the future properly         apply               men as determined                  through          the
                                                                                                                                                                                   There are continuing
                                                                                                                                                                               the pros and, Duke emphasized
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   in the collcgcs’ relationships
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                later, some new problems
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     that may
Twin Cities, has been placed on                                            s
                                                           tl;e Association’    eligibility    rules              regular NCAA procedures,”                       Rey-         arise since court decisions               make it apparent           that the NFL college
indcfinitr        probation          as a result           to certain student-athletes,”         said             nolds said, “the University                      con-        draft will remain outlawed.
of the institution’     s       failure      to ful-       Arthur    R. Reynolds,    chairman       of            tinues       to disregard           its respon-                  If the pro football           draft      goes, the pro basketball            and baseball
fill its conditions            and obligations             thr NCAA Committrc            on Infrac-               sibilities       as a member               institu-          drafts are also likely            to go. What happens             then? Do the pros run
of membership                in the Associa-               tions..                                                tion to apply the applicable                     reg-        pell-me11 to the campuses with scoops and baskets?
tion, by the Committee                       on In-            “Through    the regular     enforce-               ulations.
                                                                                                                                                                                   “It’ too early to know what the ramifications                       will be,” said Duke.
fractions.       In addition,            the Uni-          mcnt procedures,         the University                     “Such a general disregard                       for
versity        of Nevada,              Rcno,       has     was notified     of certain violations                                                                               “We just want to do some exploratory                   work.
                                                                                                                  the       fundamental              membership
been placed on probation                        for a      found during       a previous     infrac-                                                                               “We in the college ranks arc much concerned                             with the dilution
                                                                                                                  obligations           must        result       in a
period of onr year for violating                           tions case affecting        the eligibil-              broad,         severe        and       significant           of pro basketball’   s       ‘
                                                                                                                                                                                                            hardship          case’ rule. Our concern            is legitimate
its conditions            and obligations            of     ity of the student-athletes              in           penalty         against       the University                  ‘hardship’    cases. If you’ lrgitimate,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          t                   you can make a ‘        hardship
mrmbcrship           in the Association.                   question.     The institution       chose               if the responsibilities                 an insti-           case’ out of many situations.                 Obviously,      wr hope that with the pro
    Minnesota’   s         indefinite        proba-        to accept those findings of viola-                      tution agrees to accept as a vol-                            baskrtball     merger     there’   ll    be less of a rush to grab college stars
tionary       period        will be in eIIect              tions without      additional    appeal,”              untary        member         of the Associa-                  prior to graduation.           .
until    such time as the Univer-                          Reynolds     continued.                                tion are to have any meaning,”                                   “We do not expect any substantial                   news to come out of this meet-
sity demonstrates                and so certi-                                                                    Reynolds          concluded.
                                                                      Second         Hearing                                                                                    ing next week,” said the Big 10 commissioner,                           “but we expect to
fies that it is conducting                    its in-
                                                               “Subsequently,            the Committee                 Although           not      the       primary            discuss problems        with representatives             from pro football,         basketball,
tercollegiate         athletic        program        in
                                                           on Infractions            agreed to hold a             basis for the penalties                   imposed,            and baseball. . . .
accordance            with        all      require-                                                                the Committee              also found             that
ments         and       interpretations              of    srcond        hearing        during       August                                                                         “Our relationship         with pro baseball             is bcttcr     than ever before,
                                                           1976 to review             the findings         af-     the University           violated       its mem-
NCAA legislation,               at which time                                                                                                                                           s
                                                                                                                                                                                but it’ still not the best.
                                                           fecting      the student-athletes’             eli-     bership        obligations          by permit-
the penalties          in this case will bc                                                                        ting two student-athletes                   to par-              “Another     new concern           is the pros’ taking         our college game ofli-
reconsidered                by     the        NCAA         gibility     based on the University’         s                                                                      cials.”
                                                           assertions         of newly          discovered         ticipate        on its         intcrcollrgiate
Committee            on Infractions                and                                                            basketball         team for a brief pe-                           Indiana   Coach Lcr Car-so was the only other to link the pros and
rrduccd        or eliminated.                              cvidcncc           rrsulting         from      ad-
                                                           ditional        institutional         hearings,”        riod during           the 1975-76 season                     colleges as he was queried                  by writers.      Corso said: “It’ physically
    Throughout            the indefinite          pro-                                                             after the University               chose not to
                                                           Reynolds          continued.        “After      re-                                                                   impossible    to stop Michigan’       s      football   tram. Maybe the Los Angeles
bationary period,                 the Univer-                                                                      appeal        violations         of eligibility
sity’  s                                                   viewing          all the previous             and                                                                                          t
                                                                                                                                                                                Rams could. I don’ know about the Bears.                        _I’
              intercollegiate               athletic                                                               rules related          to the young men.
 teams will          be precluded                from      newly          discovered          information                                                                                   m
                                                                                                                                                                                    IKT, I’ not sure about thr Rams.
participating            in any postseason                 presented         by the institution,           the         Further,       the Committee              found
competition          or appearing            on any        Committee            determined         that the        the procedures             followed          by the
                                                                                                                   University           in     response           to       a
                                        television         original
                                                                          findings      of violations
                                                                              rules were valid and
                                                                                                                    court order to providr               a student-             :    NCAA                            Executive        Editor          .David    E. Cawood
     “Thr ptanalties in this case are
 based primarily             on the failure of
                                                            should not be altered.
                                                               “Despite         all the hearing            op-
                                                                                                                                 a hearing
                                                                                                                                                  to bc a ques-
                                                                                                                                                 in light of its                     NEWS                            Editor                              James W. ShaRer
                                                                                                                    membership            obligations         in that                Publzshed    18 timrs a year by thr National       Collepmte          Athletic Associa-
 thr IJnivrrsity             of Minnesota             to   portunities         provided       the Univer-                                                                            tion. executive     and rditorlal     offices. U 5 Highway           50 and Nail Ave..
 fulfill   thp conditions             and obljga-          sity      and the          notification       that       the hearings           were not initiated
                                                                                                                                                                                     P.0. Lox 1905. Shawnee            Mission, Kansas     Phone          (AC 913) 384-3220.
 tions of NCAA                 membership            by    NCAA          rules      remain       applicable         by     the      University           until         one           Subscription    Rate:  $6 annu:~lly.
 taking      the position           that it will           to the eligibility              of the young                                Continued          on page 4

         ReorganizationPlan on ConventionAgenda
       Continued from page 1                                                   it would    bc reclassified                      to an-     chief executive           officers of mem-               the solving       of problems         within
tion for Division         I Champion-                                          other division   for which                        it met    ber institutions.                                        a division.”
ships and provide        for each divi-                                        the mcmbcrship       criteria                       or to       In its memorandum             to Division                It advocated,     too, each member                        Special
sional steering      committee     to be                                       associate membership.                                       I, that body’     s Steering          Commit-            institution
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    having       reasonable
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 to choose its “athletic
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                IXvisi on I
doubled      in size       to provide                                             Automatic     qualification,     under                   tee cited a belief on the part of
broader    representation     for those                                        the proposal,      could be earned                          the NCAA          membership          that di-
                                                                                                                                                                                                    way of life.”                                            I<eorganization
leadership     groups othrr     than in                                        only by a conference        which spon-                                                                                  In closing, the Steering            Corn-
meetings     of the Council itself.                                            sored regular in-season         competi-
                                                                                                                                           visions      should      be available         for        mittec rccommcnclcd            as an early              Meeting Nov. 15
                                                                               tion and determined         a conference                    institutions       of like programs,          but        item of business for a reconsti-
          Performance                          Table                                                                                                                                                                                                          A special meeting    to study
                                                                               champion     in at least six sports.                        added, “far too many are uncon-                          tuted Division       I consideration         of        and evaluate the NCAA Coun-
    In using the performance           table,                                                                                                                                                       a plan whereby a prospective             stu-
                                                                                                                                           cerned       that the major            institu-                                                                    s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           cil’ new plan for reorgani-
the institution       would srlrct eight                                            Each steering committee         would                                                                           dent-athlete       would      bc required
sports      to determine           whether,                                    be doubled in size if the Council                           tions have not been accorded                     a                                                              zation of Division   I has been
                                                                                                                                                                                                    to display an aptitude for rollcgi-                    scheduled    for Monday,     No-
over a three-year          period,    it had                                   recommendations           were adopted.                      division of their own.”
                                                                                                                                                                                                    ate level      studies      which      would           vember 15, in Chicago.
earned 80 points. It could change                                              These       expanded       groups    would                      It blamed         reliance      upon cri-            assure him a reasonable               oppor-
sports, othrr        than football       and                                   mrrt two or three times a year,                             trria based on strength              of sched-           tunity to graduate at the Division                         Each   active      and   allied
basketball,      from year to year. If                                         with a formula         applied to assure                    ule for the failure             of efforts by            I institution      of his choirr                        member     of Division       I has
it failed to achieve the 80 points,                                            the additional          members      would                  other bodies to achieve                 a pro-               It indicated        thr    action     was           been invited       to srnd repre-
it would be placed in a “tenta-                                                provide       representation       to ele-                  gram       of reorganization            or re-            taken in respnnsc to the urging                        sentativcs to the session, which
tive”     Division       I membership                                          ments of each division            not cur-                  classification       satisfactory      to most           of a number       of major univcrsitirs                 is scheduled     for 10 a.m. to 4
category      for a prriod       of not to                                     rently     represented      on the Coun-                    members of Division I.                                   and asked the Council              to direct            P‘ n at the Hyatt         Regency
exceed two years.                                                              cil.                                                            It r-ccommcndcd             the steering             the NCAA          Committee         on Aca-             O’Hare    Hotel     near the Chi-
   If, at the end of the two years,                                                 In the casr of Division         I, two                 committees         be strengthened           and         clcmic Testing and Requirements                         cago airport.
it had failed        to earn 80 points,                                        positions would bc designated            for                stimulated       to “contribute        more to           to prepare a recommcndcd              plan.

                                                                                                                                                                                                    College Football Association
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Schedules Meeting
                                                                                                                                                                                                      A meeting     to organize    a new                  organizational          meeting          appar-
                                                                                                                                                                                                    membership     group,   the College                   ently     are being        handled         by a
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Football   Association,    has been                   “Division       I Steering      Committee”
                                                                                                                                                                                                    scheduled for December       20 or 21.                of which Charles M. Neinas, Big
             Robert        E. Cook,               Chevrolet
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Eight     Conference,         is secretary.
         general           sales              manager            (I),                                                                                                                                   Among        the purposes           of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Thr      following        criteria        for
explained          the     general              scholarship                                                                                                                                         CFA, as stated in the proposed
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          membership           in the CFA             have
         fund      which           the         auto       maker                                                                                                                                     articles      of association,           are to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          brcn tentatively         established:         (1)
                                                                                                                                                                                                    “provide       a forum         where      insti-      707, of an institution’     s         intercol-
                   sponsors              to     ABC       Sports
                                                                                                                                                                                                    tutions       with       similar       football       legiate     football    schedule         “for a
     personality           Bill     Flemming                at      a
                                                                                                                                                                                                    philosophies          and programs           can      representative         period”       must be
recent       NCAA         Game            of the         Week.                                                                                                                                      thoroughly        debate common prob-                 played against a pre-dctrrmined
                                                                                                                                                                                                    lems and effectively             plan appro-          list of 78 institutions;               (2) the
                                                                                                                                                                                                    priate legislative         guidelines”      and       stadium       in which      an institution
                                                                                                                                                                                                    to “speak and vote with a com-                        plays     its home football               games
                                                                                                                                                                                                    mon      voice       at NCAA           conven-        must have a minimum                  of 30,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                    tions.”                                               permanent         seats; (3) the aver-
                                                                                                                                                                                                        The plan          for the CFA           was       age home attendance                of an in-
                                                                                                                                                                                                    crystalized       at a meeting         in Dal-        stitution      for five years prior to
                                                                                                                                                                                                    las, Texas,         in April,        1976, at-        application       must be a minimum
                                                                                                                                                                                                    tended by the commissioners                     of    of 20,000, and (4) the institution
                                                                                                                                                                                                    severa conferences               and repre-           shall havr awarded              an average
                                                                                                                                                                                                    sentactives       of the University              of   of at least 80 maximum                  grants-
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Notre:     Dame        and Pennsylvania               jrl-aid in the sport of football              for
                                                                                                                                                                                                    State      University.        Subsequent              five years prior to application.
                                                                                                                                                                                                    meetings       led to the appointment                     An institution       which        does not
                                                                                                                                                                                                    of a special committee                to draft        meet the criteria             may qualify
                                                                                                                                                                                                     the organizational            papers.      The       for membership           if it is a mem-
                                                                                                                                                                                                    committee           was      composed           of    ber of a confcrcncr                 in which

                   Chevrolet Nears Half MilEon                                                                                                                                                      Henry
                                                                                                                                                                                                                T. Lowe,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  of Arkansas;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          more than half of the members
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          of that conference
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      satisfy the re-

                                                                                                                                                                                                    and      Fred       L. Miller,         Arizona            The CFA plans provide for the

                   Mark in Scholarsnip Dollars                                                                                                                                                       State IJniversity.          Plans for the            employment           of staff personnel

    When the 1976 college football
season concludes,
Motor     Division
                           the Chevrolet
                        of Gcncral       Mo-
                                                                               this fall as ABC’
                                                                                                           its 11th year
                                                                                                              major    com-
                                                                                                                                           kicked       off the 197ti “Player
                                                                                                                                           the Week” scholarship                  presenta-
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Convention    Plans,
                                                                               mercial      sponsor of “NCAA            Col-               tions      on the           “NCAA         College
tors Corporation
                          will have con-
            over a half million          dol-
                                                                               lege Football.”
                                                                                  Each $1,000 scholarship             dona-
                                                                                                                                                             series by greeting
                                                                                                                                           season’ first winners at the Ari-
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Procedures    Shaping   Up
lars to the general             scholarship                                    tion has been presented               to the                zona State-UCLA                game on Sep-                     Continrred       from page 1                   would be deleted in a lcgislativc
funds of colleges          and universi-                                       institution(s)        of the athletes se-                   tember 9, in Phoenix,                 Ariz.              from the NCAA               national        officr    proposal    has been changed      to
ties which       are members          of the                                   lected as the top offensive               and                  During           1976, Chevrolet             will     not latrr      than November               22.        more     clearly  designate    such
NCAA.                                                                          defensive        players       of each      of              contribute          an additional          $92,000           Other     changes        and clarifica-           wording.
    Prior    to     the      1976 season,                                      ABC’ televised
                                                                                     s                   games.                            m scholarship               funds to NCAA                tions in the Association’            s       Con-         l  An indication    of which di-
Chevrolet      had contributed         $437,-                                     Additionally,           Chevrolet      an-               institutions          across the country,                vention      procedures          include       the    vision(s)   vote and how the vote
000 in the names of 400 student-                                               nually provides          a $5,000 scholar-                  bringing          its six-year          total      to    following:                                            is taken will      be included  with
athletes    recognized        as an offen-                                     ship to the institutions               which                $529,000.                                                       Noncontroversial             legislative
                                                                                                                                                                                                        l                                                 each legislative     proposal.
sive and/or       drfensive      “Player    of                                 have produced           the offensive     and                  “We have been delighted                      and      proposals        (e.g., “housekeeping”
the      Week”       on     ABC       Sports’                                  defensive      “Players       of the Year.”                 proud       of our association                 with                                                                9 The reports    of the Secre-
                                                                                                                                                                                                    amendments,          clarifications)          will
“NCAA       College Football”          series                                      Mr. Robert           E. “Bob”      Cook,                Chevrolet           and respect         its most                                                               tary-Treasurer    and of the Exec-
                                                                                                                                                                                                    be placed in two “consent                   pack-
since the project         began in 1971.                                       Chevrolet      general sales manager,                       gracious        support of intercollegi-                                                                       utivc Committee     will not be prc-
                                                                                                                                                                                                    ages,”      one      for      constitutional
                                                                                                                                           ate athletics both on the field and                                                                            srntrd orally and will be printed
                                                                                                                                                                                                    amendments           and the other for
                                                                                                                                           in the          classroom,”          said      John                                                            irl the Annual    Reports.
                                                                                                                                                                                                    bylaw      proposals.       Any objection
                                                                                                                                           Lazarus,          ABC’  s      vice-president            from a delegate will remove any                           l The annual honors luncheon
                                                                                                                                           for sports sales.                                        item from a consent package for                       will    be held in an area apart
                                                                                                                                               “On behalf            of the NCAA,               I   a separate        vote; otherwise,             thr    from the business session, per-
                                                                                                                                           would       like to pay tribute                 and      entire     package       will be adopted              mitting    more time for the busi-
                                                                                                                                           special thanks             to Chevrolet          for     with a single vote. It is antici-                     ncss session.      In addition,  the
                                                                                                                                           the unselfish contributions                  it has      pated that this device will save                      business     session  is scheduled
                                                                                                                                           made, not only to intercollegiate                        considerable         time      in the Con-            both before     and after the lun-
                                                                                                                                           athletics, but to our nation’            s edu-          vention      business session.                        cheon.
                                                                                                                                           cational       institutions       as a whole,”                9 1,rgisJative         proposals         will
                                                                                                                                           stated NCAA President                    John A.                                                                  l   Schoolroom     seating will be
                                                                                                                                                                                                    continue      to bc presented            in top-      employed      rather   than the ban-
                                                                                                                                           Fuzak,       Michigan          State Univer-             lcal groupings,          but for east of
                                                           PRESENTED                    TO                                                 sity.     “The         scholarship         moni-2s                                                             qurt-tablr     arrangement    utilized
                                                                                                                                                                                                    reference        an “index”            will      be   at rcccnt Conventions.
                                               NAME              OF       UNIVERSITY                                                       Chevrolet            awards        on      ‘NCAA         added to the Official Notice and
                         AS PERMANENT        AFFIRMATION                                 OF AN AWARD      TO                               Collrgc        Football’       are only part             Convention          Program        to list all            l To save time and eliminate
                         THE   QENERAL    sct-toLARsti~P                                FUND   SUPPORTINQ                                  of the overall           support it so gen-              proposals       in the order in which                 sornc confusion,        the chair       will
                         STUDENT    EFFORTS       IN ALL                             CURRICULA     BECAUSE
                                                                                                                                           erously       affords our nation’         s     col-     they appear in the Constitution                       call for divisional        votes in the
                                                        NAME            OF      PLAYER                                                     leges and universities.                                                                                        same scqucncc on each occasion,
                EARNED            OFFENSIVE/DEFENSIVE                                PLAYER         OF    WEEK      HONORS
                                                                                                                                                                                                    and    Bylaws.
                                                                                                                                               “We look forward               with apprc-                                                                 rather than a different         division-
                                                                      DAME                                                                                                                               l Thr italic type traditionally
                                                                                                                                           ciation      to continuing            our warm                                                                 al order each time. Also, on di-
                                                                        DATE                                                               relationship           with     Chevrolet.”              used to indiratc           wording         which
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          visional     votes where little        con-
                                                                                                                                               Fuzak emphasized               the Chcvro-           must go to the grneral          scholar-              troversy      is expected,     the chair
                                                                                                                                           let funds do not go to the bon-                          ship funds for use by rrgular           fi-           will   attempt      to assess the di-
                                                                                                                                           orcd athletes             or even the dr-                nancial      aid authorities  in aiding               visional     votes in a single show
Chevrolet          presents              each         institution             this     attractive          plaque      in the     name     partmcnts           of athletics         of their        qualified     students throughout     the             of paddles rather than three sep-
of     the      student-athlete                   selected              for          “Player         of    the      Week”       honors.    institutions.         Rather,       the monies           institution.                                          aratr    divlsional    votes.

NCAA             NEWS               /         November                    1,         1976                                                                                                                                                                                                        3
National Office
Mortgage Paid
    Less    than      five    years       after                             nancing    of $702,100 and the sur-
groundbrraking,          the Association                                    plus receipts from the basketball
has paid the Gnal mortgage                   in-                            tournamrnt     over the past couple
stallmrnt      on its national           officr                             of years     enabled     early   scttle-
building     in Mission,         Kansas.                                    mrnt    of the      debt,”     Marshall
   Walter      Byers,      NCAA        execu-                               added.
tive director.       presented       a check                               In September           1975. the Asso-
for the Association’       s       mortgage                             ciation’s     mortgage        balance       was
balance of $189.500 on October 1                                        $619,600.       The regularly           sched-
to I,. E. “Bud” Cox, senior vice-
                                                                        uled payment            of $200.000 was
president      for the United             Mis-                          paid by the Association              on Jan-
souri Bank of Kansas City.                                              uary      1, 1976.         An      additional
   Original      financing       projections                            $230,100        was     applied        to the
for the building         mortgage       called
                                                                        mortgage       during the 1975-76 tis-
for a 15-yrar        extended       payment                             cal year.
plan in 1971, according            to NCAA
Secretary-Treasurer              Stanley       J.                          Anticipated          excess        receipts                             Only     20 minutes         from    downtown          Kansas         City,     Missouri,       the    NCAA      national     office     building       is located          on     3.36
Marshall,       South      Dakota        State                          produced       from the National           Col-
                                                                        legiate                                                                    acres     of   land    in Mission,        Kansas.          Costing     over      $1.5      million,    the   building      was   paid     for   in less than        five        years.
University.                                                                          Baskrtball         Champion-
   “Essentially,       the dramatic          in-                        ship prompted          the NCAA Errc-
                                                                        utive Committee            to approve         fi-                          able to commit to 80% of trans-                                versity           of    Michigan,             former         began       in February           1972
crease in rrvenue            generated        by                                                                                                   portation       expenses      for 1976-77                      NCAA           president.
thr National         Collegiate      Basket-                            nal payment          of the $189,500 at                                                                                                                                                                    On April     1. 1973, the building
                                                                                                                                                   NCAA championship               events.
ball Championship             allowed       the                         its rrccnt August meeting.                                                                                                                          Realty            Corporation                      was ready        for occupancy,           and
                                                                                                                                                      “Further,      a beautiful         facility
Association       to pay off the mort-                                     “An     important        result     of this                             has been paid for which                    will                    The building     actually     is owned                   now houses a full-time               staff of
gage in less than              five years,”                             drbt rctlrement,”           Marshall       said,                           continue      to be a valuable            asset                by the National        Collcgiatc      Real-                 62. All full-time         NCAA crnploy-
Marshall      said.                                                     “is to enable the Executive              Com-                              and can only appreciate             in value                   ty Corporation,        a wholly-owned                        ces are located          in the building,
                                                                        mitter     now to channel               money                              in the years to come.”                                         subsidiary     of the NCAA.            Unin-                 rxccpt   Ron Schwartz,             director
           Principal             Financing                              previously       assigned to the mort-                                        An Investment-Building                Com-                  corporated       associations        in the                  of the NCAA           Television        News
  “The   football   television                               as-        tz=Fx     into      our      championship                                                                                                 State of Kansas arc prohibited                               Service in New York City. The
                                                                                                                                                   mittee      was authorized           by the
sessment   provided    principal                              Ii-       transportation          fund.       We      arc                                                                                           from      owning      property,        which                 NCAA Publishing            Service moved
                                                                                                                                                   Executive        Committee        to study
                                                                                                                                                   the purchase         of land and con-                          prompted       establishment         of the                  to Mission        from      its offices     in
                                                                                                                                                   struction      of a building,         in Au-                   Realty Corporation.                                          Pheonix,     Arizona,      in April      1973,
                                                                                                                                                   gust 1969, because of the Asso-                                   Purchase      of the land for ap-                         and the NCAA Statistics              Service
                                                                                                                                                   ciation’s     increased       membership                       proximately        $220,000      was      ap-                moved to the building               in July
                                                  ,*                                                                                               and enlarged         staff.                                    proved      by the Executive           Com-                  1975, from New York. The pub-
                                                                                                                                                      Original      memhers        of the In-                     mittee     on August      3, 1970.                           lishing   and statistical          services
                                                                                                                                                   vestment-Building               Committee                         Building      plans    were      author-                  employ    19 persons,          31% of the
                                                                                                                                                   were      Wilford       H. Ketz,        Union                  ized by the Executive             Commit-                    total NCAA        stafr.
                                                                                                                                                   College      (N.Y.),     chairman;        Wil-                 tee and NCAA           Council      at their                    Total cost of the land with-
                                                                                                                                                   liam J. Flynn,           Boston     College,                   April 1971 meetings.                                         out improvements       was $250,100.
                                                                                                                                                   former       NCAA        secretary-treas-                         Groundbreaking         and construc-                      The building    cost $1,526,600 for
                                                                                                                                                   urer; and Marcus L. Plant, Uni-                                tion of the $1.5 million           building                  a total of $1,776,700.

                                                                                                                                                                         Council ConsidersAssorted
                                                                                                                                                                         Topics at October Meeting
                                                                                                                                                                    consideration              of the             Committee   on Women’ s   Inter-                             travel    fund, the Council             agreed
                                                                                                                                                   proposed         Division        I reorganiza-                 collegiate Athletics as a more                               that such a program              is not fea-
                                                                                                                                                   tion plan dominated                  the agenda                important,  standing  committee                              sible at this time.
                                                                                                                                                   at the         October           11-13       NCAA              of the Association.                                             Also on the agenda                 for the
                                                                                                                                                   Council meeting              in New Orleans,                                                                                Council      were       consideration          of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      The Insurance        Committee     re-
                                                                                                                                                   the Association’     s        governing         body                                                                        interpretations;         receipt      of cur-
L. E. “Bud”             Cox     (c),     senior        vice-president                for     the    United           Missouri        Bank                                                                         ported    to the Council         that an
                                                                                                                                                   also dealt with numerous                       other                                                                        rent    membership            figures       (841
of     Kansas          City,    accepts           final       payment           of         $189,500            on      mortgage               of                                                                  NCAA-funded           program     of ath-
                                                                                                                                                   items of business.                                                                                                          total members,           with     717 active
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  letic accident      insurance,    as sug-
NCAA             national      office      building           from      Walter             Byers      (r),     who      recently        ob-            The Council updated                  plans for                                                                          member        institutions)         and ac-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  gested at the January          1976 Con-
served           his 25th      anniversary                as the          s
                                                                      NCAA’            only        executive            director.        Ar-       the 71st NCAA                  Convention            to                                                                     tion     on membership               applica-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ventions,     would      cost the Asso-
thur       J. Bergstrom,               former          NCAA          controller,            is at      left.        Prior    to     retire-        be held January                  10-12, at the                                                                              tions,    and reports           from      these
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ciation     an estimated         $850,000
                                                                                                                                                   Hotel       Fontainebleau              in Miami                                                                             NCAA       committees:          Competitive
ment,        Bergstrom           was        responsible               for     supervising               the              s
                                                                                                                 building’             can-                                                                       per year.
                                                                                                                                                   Beach.        The       Officers          and     the                                                                       Safeguards        and Medical          Aspects
rtruction.                                                                                                                                                                                                           In view   of  the Association’s                           of Sports,         Gambling,         Govern-
                                                                                                                                                   chairmen         of the three divisional
                                                                                                                                                   steering        committees             were       au-          present   commitment     to funding                          mental Affairs,         Public Relations,
                                                                                                                                                   thorized       to eliminate              the gen-              the new NCAA         championships                           Television       and Infractions.
                                                                                                                                                   eral round table in favor of long-
                                                                                                                                                   er divisional
                                                                                                                                                                                           tables,       if
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Committee on Infractions
                                            Division                I Basketball
                                                                                                                                                       In addition,
                                                                                                                                                                 all proposed
                                                                                                                                                                              the Council

                                                                                                                                                                  as of October 6, noting
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Levels Penalties
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Continued        from page 2                        tion voluntarily               assumed          when
   Proposals by institutions    and cities interested    in hosting the 1982                                                                        that     most proposals                from      the          month after the court order and                              it joined        the Association.”
National    Collegiate  Basketball  Championship      finals are being ac-                                                                         membership           would not arrive in                       one week after the completion                                     “It is likely        that more severe
cepted for consideration     by the Division    I Basketball   Committee  at                                                                       the national            office until          closer           of the         institution’s          basketball             penalties        would        have been im-
its January   meeting.                                                                                                                             to the November                  1 amendment                   season.                                                      posed; however,                the University
                                                                                                                                                   deadline.                                                          Nevada,              s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Rcno’ one-year              pro-          actrd on September                  28, 1976, to
   Only institutions and cities from the Mideast and Midwest                                                                  Regions
                                                                                                                                                       Appointments              were       made by               bation      includes       sanctions       which              declare       the      involved           student-
will be considered.  Inquiries     should be directed     to Thomas                                                          W. Jern-
                                                                                                                                                   the Council           to the Council-ap-                       will     preclude         the University’      s              athlete       ineligible,         thus       finally
stedt, assistant executive     director,  at the national    office.                                                                               pointed       committees            set forth        in        intercollegiate             athletic       teams             fulfilling       its conditions            and ob-
                                                                                                                                                   Bylaw        8-2, as well             as special               from participating               in any post-                ligations       of membership                 in the
                                                Division             II Footbdl                                                                                              of delegates               to
                                                                                                                                                   appointments                                                   season competition               or appearing                Association,”              concluded             Rey-
     Allfirst-round     and semifinal     games of the 1976 National         Col-                                                                  other organizations,               for terms to                on any NCAA-controlled                        telc-          nolds.
legiate    Division   II Football     Championship     will be played     at on-                                                                   begin Septrmbrr                I, 1977.                        vision      program        for a period           of              In arriving         at the penalty               in
campus sites. The four first-round          games of the eight-team      bracket                                                                       The first report             of the NCAA                   one year.                                                     this case, the NCAA                        Council
will he November         27, followed    by the two semifinal     contests, the                                                                    Committee           on Women’          s      Intrr-               “The      failure       of the Univer-                    noted      that a guiding                principle
Grantland       Rice Bowl and the Knute Rockne Bowl, on December                 4.                                                                collegiate       Athletics        was received                 sity of Nevada,              Reno, to fulfill                 of the enforcement                    procedures
                                                                                                                                                   by thr Council.               The Committee                    its responsibilities            as a member                   adopted          by     the       Association’     s
The Championship          gamr,    the Pioneer    Bowl, is scheduled    for Dc-
                                                                                                                                                    reported      that its first priority               in        institution        to apply the Associa-                      membership            is that the NCAA
cember 11, in Wichita        Falls, Texas.                                                                                                         joint discussions             with leaders of                       s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  tion’ eligibility            rules to a stu-                  penalty      should be broad and se-
                                                                                                                                                    women’   s     athletics        will bc given                 dent-athlete          is the basis for the                    vere if the violation             or violations
                                                Division             III Football
                                                                                                                                                    to the problems               creatrd       by the            penalties        in this case,” Reynolds                      reflect     a general           disregard           for
   All first-round    and semifinal    games of the 1976 National        Collc-                                                                     differing      eligibility        rules of the                stated.                                                       the Association’     s       governing          rules.
giate Division     III Football     Championship     will  be played    at on-                                                                      NCAA and AAHPERjAIAW.                                             “The University             was fully ad-                     The Committee’         s        findings          of
campus sites. The four first-round        games of the eight-team      bracket                                                                          Committee          Chairman            Edward             vised of the appropriate                   appli-             violations        in this case relate to
will br November       20, followed   by the two semifinal    contrsts on No-                                                                       S. Bctz noted that statements                     re-         cation of NCAA rules on numrr-                                the University’     s        improper          appli-
vember     27. Thr Championship       game, the Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl,                                                                             leased by AAHPER/ATAW                            had          ous occasions,             but disregarded                    cation of the Association’              s        2.000
is scheduled for December 4, in Phrnix         City, Alabama.                                                                                       been inaccurate,              misleading         and           its obligations          to abide by the                     rule. This regulation                  sets forth
                                                                                                                                                    somewhat                inllammatory                in        rules for a period                  of approxi-               the minimum             high school grade
                           Division      Ill Soccer                                                                                                 charging         that      the      NCAA         has           mately one year. Such a general                              point     average         a student-athlete
                                                                                                                                                    “terminated”             its     attempts            to       disregard          for thr         fundamrntal                must achieve            to br eligible              for
   Dates for the 1976 National      Collegiate     Division    III Soccer Cham-
                                                                                                                                                    work with that organization.                      He          ohligations         of membrrship           in the            nthlctically        rrlatcd      financial         aid,
pionship   have been changed        from November           27-28 to November
                                                                                                                                                    rmphasizrd         that the NCAA’           s     in-         Association            must       result     in a             llracticc      and participation                 dur-
26-27 at Elizabethtown      College,     Elizabethtown,      Pennsylvania.    The                                                                   tention       to communicate                    with           broad and severe penalty against                             ing his first year in residence
College   has an institutional       policy    which     does not allow     it to                                                                   AAHPERIAIAW                     actually         was          the University          to give meaning to                    nt a Division           1 member            institu-
schedule   competition  on Sunday,        and prompted       the change.                                                                            strengthened           by creation           of the           the responsibilities                the institu-              tion.

 Teamwork Creates Football Highlights Show
    Teamwork          produces        success in                                                                                            Cameramen           occupations           range                 Despite      these       isolated         cases,        the editors, the writers,             Peacock,
athletic      competition            more per-                                                                                          from those like Carl Koster,                          a         Giannini      said most of the films                        Giannini,       and, oh yes, the “star”
haps than any other                   single in-                                                                                         Cheney, Kan., wheat farmer, and                                get delivered           “safe and sound”                    of the show, ABC Sports person-
gredient,       and, likewise,          it is this                                                                                       Bob Cooper,           who for 16 years                         to Chicago’  s O’      Hare Internation-                    ality    Bill Flemming,             who joins
same essence which                  contributes                                                                                          has been a University              of Minne-                   al Airport      in time for procrssing                      the entire “team” about 630 a.m.
most to the production                     of the                                                                                       sota      campus         policeman.            Still,           Saturday      night or early Sunday                             Flemming,         in his sixth year of
weekly       NCAA          College       Football                                                                                       others are lawyers,             businessmen,                    morning.                                                    hosting the show, has arrived                    in
Highlights         Show.                                                                                                                teachers, you name it, according                                   “People        on the West                 Coast         Chicago        several        hours     earlier,
    Just as no superior                   football                                                                                      to Giannini.                                                    may wonder           why we don’ have     t                 sometimes in his own light plane
team ever won a championship                                                                                                               Once details           regarding          travel             more highlights            of their games,”                 which he flies when doing side-
solely on the talrnts                of one su-                                                                                         arrangements            and      filming          in-            Peacock     said. “Simple!                 s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 It’ the            line and halftime            commentary          at
perstar,        the       College        Football                                                                                       structions,       are ironed            out, the                time factor         involved.         If UCLA               an ABC Game of the Week near
Highlights           Show        never        could                                                                                     cameraman            receives          his      film            and Southern             Cal play           a late          Chicago.
exist     without          the network             of                                                                                   from      Kemper         Peacock.         a New                 game, there’ just no way to get
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       s                                                “Chicago       can get hit with se-
people      who form a “team”                    for                                                                                    York-based          film      producer          and             the film to Chicago on time.                                vere weather            at times, but Bill
the NCAA            Film Service,            which                                                                                      director,     who edits, produces and                                                                                       never      has missed or been late
produces it for ABC Sports.                                                                                                                                                                                “A similar          prohlrm         exists in
                                                                                                                                        directs     the Highlights            Show.                     the south. The Southwest                       Con-         for a show in the six years he’                   s
    Highlights           of     each       action-                                                                                                                                                                                                                  been doing it,” Peacock said.
                                                                                                                                           After      the cameraman                 knows               ference     has cities           which         don’ t
packed       wrck       of NCAA            College                                                                                                                                                                                                                      If for some reason Flcmming
                                                                                                                                        where his destination                is for the                 have flights        later than about 5
Football       arc captured           by NCAA                                                                                                                                                                                                                       were unable            to host the show,
Films, and within              hours, the ex-                                                                                           wcrkend,        details      must be final-                                                   s
                                                                                                                                                                                                        p.m. to Chicago. It’ just a mat-
                                                                                                                                        izrd rrgarding          flight connections                      tcr of logistics.”                                          Bill Frink,         WLS-TV         sports di-
citrmrnt        and drama arc repro-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                rector,     is standing         by as a re-
duced for the viewing                     public’ s                                                                                     for the exposed film between the                                   Once      the        film      arrives          at       placement.
enjoyment         over 78 percent of the                                                                                                game site and Chicago,                      where               O’ Hare,    Chicago          policeman          Bob
                                                                                                                                        the Highlights          Show is produced                                                                                        Each       week        the     Highlights
stations      on the ABC television                                                                                                                                                                     Kussman,        father        of eight,         who
                                                                                                                                        for ABC, and fed by ABC affiliate                                                                                           Show is taped in eight separate
network.                                                                                                                                                                                                operates his own courier service,
                                                                                                                                        station WLS-TV              to the network.                                                                                 segments,       according        to Peacock.
    Perhaps         never        contemplated                                                                                                                                                           takes the film to Cinema Proccs-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    “Sometimes           we run into prob-
by the Sunday                 morning         arm-                                                                                         “Getting      film to Chicago usual-                         sors. Kussman            makes his entire                   lems and have to re-tape                 a seg-
chair     quarterback,             who      settles            ABC       Sports          personality             Bill     Flem-         ly is the biggest               problem           we            operation      a true        “family        affair”
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    ment, but this allows us flexibil-
back into his easy-chair                    to re-             ming        is in        his    sixth      year          hosting         have in putting           the show togcth-                      by having         different       clan mem-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    ity instead of having to re-tape
view the clashes staged on the                                                                                                          er,” Giannini             claimed.         “Game                bcrs shuttle          the films as they
                                                               the      NCAA        College             Football          High-                                                                                                                                     an entire       show over again,” he
nation’s      college        football      battle-                                                                                      delays,       poor       weather,          missed               come in at predetermined                     times.
                                                               lights     Show.                                                                                                                                                                                     said.
fields virtually            hours before,           is                                                                                  connections,         and other           unfore-                   “Bob starts picking             films up at                  Local      Chicago        time     now        is
the hectic          story of one of the                        the Football        Writers         Association                          seeable factors            we cannot plan                       6 or 7 p.m., and someone                        else        about lo:15 a.m. The show al-
most unique             film presentations                     of America           -      Chevrolet           All-                     on from week to week scare us                                   might pick another              up as late as               ways      is taped          twice     in case
aired on television               today.                       America       Film, and various pro-                                     more than anything.              But as near-                   2 a.m. Sunday.”               Peacock          said.        something         happens        to the first
    Now      in its ninth             year,      the           motional        pieces        for      televised                         ly as is possihle, we make sure                                 “Those are the most hectic mo-                              copy. Flemming,            the writers       and
NCAA        College          Football        High-             events. It provides             ABC film for                             the films will           hc delivered            the            ments, when a film arrives                      late        editors     arc on their way home;
lights     Show was developed                     by           its                                                                      quickest and most efficient way.”                               and we still have to prepare                         it
                                                                       weekly       football         pre-game                                                                                                                                                       and Peacock             and Giannini          de-
Dick Snider, former                 director       of          show.                                                                       Cooperation          from the institu-                       by 6 a.m. for the show.”                                    liver     the      finished       product        to
NCAA        Films,        now director             of              Once games are selected                       for                                                                                                                                                WLS-TV.
public     relations         and advertising                   the Highlights           Show, what most                                                                                                                                                                 Mission      Accomplished!
for Vickers          Petroleum.                                people take for granted                     in the                                                                                                                                                       WLS feeds the show at 12 noon
    Snider        began        operations          in          comfort        of     their      livingrooms,                                                                                                                                                        Chicago       time to the ABC tele-
New York             City, but after            one            suddenly       becomes an impossible                                                                                                                                                                 vision network.
year the Highlights               Show moved                   task molded          into a smooth op-                                                                                                                                                                   “Not     every       station     airs the
to Chicago for a central location                              crating     machine.                                                                                                                                                                                 show at the prescribed                   time,”
to which         film could move more                              First things come first, and a                                                                                                                                                                   Peacock said. “Some will tape it
quickly,      according         to Richard         C.          football    highlights        show ohvious-                                                                                                                                                          and air it later in the day or
Giannini,         who became              director             ly isn’ produced
                                                                        t                  without        filming                                                                                                                                                   early the following             week.”
of NCAA marketing                  and produc-                 football      games.         Filming          takes
tions in July.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Armed            Forces               Network
                                                               cameramen,        equipment,          transpor-
                                                               tation, detailed handling                instruc-                                                                                                                                                        In addition,      the Armed Forces
            Begins         Monday                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Network         tapes     the     show        and
    Preparations        for each week’         s               tions ~-the list goes on through
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    sends it to installations                around
show begin early Monday                  morn-                 a whirlwind            of activities          most
                                                               viewers     never envision.                                                                                                                                                                          the world and to ships at sea.
ing when ABC Sports executives                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          “Commercial           shipping          com-
confer     with     Giannini         to select                     NCAA       Films      does not utilize
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    panies      also have access to the
which games to film.                                           a large full-time           production          staff
                                                               filming     college football            contests.                                                                                                                                                    show      for     ocean-going           vessels,
    “Five games are selected each                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   and the people             of Japan, who
week which          WC feel will           show                    “We have a list of approxi-                                                                                                                                                                      have been greatly              attracted        to
typical     NCAA         football       excite-                mately     35 cameramen             around the                                                                                                                                                       American         college     football,       also
ment and represent             most regions                    country     whom we choose to film                                                                                                                                                                   see the show,” Giannini                 pointed
of the United         States,” Giannini                        the games          for      the Highlights                                                                                                                                                           out.
said. “However,            two additional                      Show,”       Giannini         stated.        “Each                       (I to   r):   Kay    Schultz,-chief          writer       for     the   show,      and    his   assistants,         Rick        “The show virtually             would be
games may get selected depend-                                 one is experienced                 in motion-                            Johnson       and     Bob    Richards,        put     finishing         touches     on   one     of   eight       script    impossible        to produce            without
ing on our conference                highlight                 picture filming,         and most do it in                                                                                                                                                           the talent       and dedication            of all
                                                                                                                                        segments        prepared        for   host     Bill   Flemming.                              Photos   by   Dove      Ure.
film commitments.”                                             addition     to their everyday                 jobs.                                                                                                                                                 these people, the institutions,               the
    In   addition        to the         weekly                 They all have their own equip-                                           tion hosting         a game selected to                             Peacock is       ready to begin edit-                   sports information           directors,       and
NCAA        College        Football      High-                 ment and use it for the High-                                                                                                                                                                        others we’     ve probably           left out,”
                                                                                                                                        he filmed by NCAA                 Films        is a             ing the film         at Film Conformers,
lights    Show, NCAA              Films pro-                   lights Show.                                                             key factor         in the operation                of           two   or three        miles from Cinema                     Giannini       said.
duces season-end            highlights     films                   “There      are some cameramen                                       the Highlights            Show, according                       Processors,          once processing      is                    All totaled,      from the time the
for the Big Ten, Pacific-&                    At-              who work in films full-timr                       for                                                                                                                                                fans are walking           out of the sta-
                                                                                                                                        to Giannini.           He praised         sports                completed.
lantic    Coast,      Southeastern           and               a living,      for television             stations                       information          directors      for their                                                                               dium late on Saturday              afternoon,
Western        Athletic        Conferences.                    and the like, but for the most                                                                                                                        All     Night        Vigil
                                                                                                                                        cooperation         in making        sure that                                                                              till they see highlights               the fol-
The Film Service also produces                                 part we r-rly on prople who en-                                                                                                              This second stop is where the
                                                                                                                                        cameramen           get from point             A-                                                                           lowing       day on television,              only
other      shows,         including         nine               joy filming        as a hobby or out-                                                                                                    actual editing and initial produc-
                                                                                                                                        the stadium, to point B-the                     air-                                                                        some 16 to 20 hours has elapsed.
NCAA championships                 each year,                  side interest.”                                                                                                                          tion procedures           begin.      Peacock
                                                                                                                                        port, or wherever               a connection                                                                                    It takes a first-class          “team.”
                                                                                                                                                                                                        and three WLS-TV             staffers, Jerry
                                                                                                                                        is to he made.
                                                                                                                                                                                                        O’ Malley,       Ford Swanson and Joe
                                                                                                                                            “Sometimes          we have to char-                        Talbot,      begin an all-night            vigil
                                                                                                                                        ter private        planes or helicopters                        editing     the films for the show.
                                                                                                                                        to transport        the cameraman            and/
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Editing usually takes up to two
                                                                                                                                        or the film from the stadium                       to
                                                                                                                                                                                                        hours per film, according to Pea-
                                                                                                                                        the airport       to make a connection
                                                                                                                                                                                                        cock. Once the films are edited,
                                                                                                                                        on time,” Giannini               commented.
                                                                                                                                                                                                        script writers take over the next
                                                                                                                                        “But      perhaps       our most common
                                                                                                                                                                                                        step. Kay Schultz,              former      Big
                                                                                                                                        method        of transportation           is po-
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Ten Conference            information        di-
                                                                                                                                        lice escort.
                                                                                                                                                                                                        rector,     now managing            editor    of
                                                                                                                                             “I mean the sirens, the flash-                             a suburban          Chicago      newspaper,
                                                                                                                                        ing lights, the works, in order to                              heads the crew of writers.
                                                                                                                                        make         our       connections.           This
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Schultz is assisted by two staff
                                                                                                                                        doesn’ always             work,    though.          If
                                                                                                                                                                                                        writers        from      his     newspaper,
                                                                                                                                        a cameraman            gets stranded           in a
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Rick Johnson,          a former       Univer-
                                                                                                                                        crowd of 104,000 people at Mich-
                                                                                                                                                                                                        sity of Wisconsin            cross country
                                                                                                                                        igan, not even police sirens and
                                                                                                                                                                                                        runner,      and Bob Richards.
                                                                                                                                        red flashing         lights are going to
                                                                                                                                        move that crowd.”                                                   “The writers        review      the edit-
                                                                                                                                                                                                        cd film and prepare                an actual
                                                                                                                                            Giannini      cited the Duke-Pitts-
                                                                                                                                        burgh game, where the camera-                                   script for each game,” Peacock
                                                                                                                                                                                                        said. “They usually             get finished
                                                                                                                                        man drove to Charlotte,               N. C., to
                                                                                                                                                                                                        by 5:30 or 6 a.m. Sunday,                   de-
                                                                                                                                        catch the last flight             out of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                        pending on the smoothness of re-
                                                                                                                                        state to Chicago that day, after
                                                                                                                                        he’ missed connections
                                                                                                                                             d                                 in Dur-                  ceiving      the films on flights.”
                                                                                                                                        ham, where the game was played,                                     Next stop is Catholic            Network
                                                                                                                                        as one unusual circumstance.                   An-              Studios, owned and operated                   by
                                                                                                                                        other occurred in Shreveport,                   La.,            the Catholic         Diocese of Chicago                     Cameraman                  Harle;            Ferguson,
                                                                                                                                        when a charter            flight radioed           in           for     production         of educational                   Knoxville,         Tenn.,         a full-time       profes-
                                                                                                                                        vain to hold a commercial                   flight              programs.
These     four    people       reviewing       monitors          are     just   o few           of the        behind-the-                                                                                                                                           sional         commercial              photographer,
                                                                                                                                        headed         to Chicago,          after        350                Doyle Kancff,        director      of pro-
scenes      personnel        who    help     produce           the      show      for         ABC      Sports.          (I to     r):                                                                                                                               is the         exception            rather      than     the
                                                                                                                                        yards      in penalties          were     issued                ductions       for the Catholic            Net-
Kemper       Peacock,        producer;      Dove     Mueller,            Catholic         lV        Network        director;            during the Grambling-Tcnnrsscc                                  work , and Dave Mueller,                one of              rule     for     most        of     the      cameramen
Rich     Choronzy,         switchman;       and     Tom         Edinger,        soundman.                                               State game to delay the film.                                   the studio’    s    top directors,        greet             who      film     highlights          for     the   show.

 NCAA            NEWS         /    November               1,      1976                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  5
      Note: Publication
   tutes oficial
                            of an interpretation
                  notice to the membership.
                                                    in this column consti-
                                                 New 0.1.~ printed     herein                             RtCO
                                                                                                                              THE                  NCAA                    RD
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       personnel             changes
   may be reviewed      by the annual Convention       at the request of any
   member. Questions concerning         these or other 0.1.~ should bc di-                                                                                                                                                 to pursue  private business cr?rccr.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             LACROSSE      - MICHAEL      MOT-
   rccted to Warren      S. Brown,    assistant executive    director, in the                                                                                                                                              TA named nt State University       of
   Association’s   national   office.                                                                                                                             LEIGH           at New        Mexico                     New York-Albany.
                                                                                                          DIRECTORS           OF ATHLETICS                                                                                   SWIMMING       - EDWARD      GUR-
                                                                                                                                                                  FRANK          GIANNONE           promo&d’ td
                                                                                                            ROBERT        STRIMER      is on sabba-               head coach at Long Island Univer-                        KA named at W~lham Pnterson.
     Hardship               Multi-team           Event       Contest      Definition                     tirnl at Ohio Wesleyan                 HAR-              sity, replaces        PAUL LIZZO.                          TENNIS    - DELL     SYLVIA    ap-
                                                                                                         OLD JOHNSON            appointed    at City                 BASKETBALL              - BOB HAND-                   pointed  at South Floridn.
   Situation:   Student-athletes      who are injured       or ill may qualify                           Colleac.     Cite Univrrsitv       of New                WERK elevated            from assistant         at         WRESTLING-WARREN            CROW
under the hardship       provisions   of Bylaw 4-l-(d)-(2)-(ii)     if they did                          York;s&&ds            ROBERT      GREENE                 Ursinus                LARRY          SCHINER            named at Union College (N.Y.).
                                                                                                                BOB DIJCATTE.            Rcnssclarr               stepped down at Jersry                City State
not parttcIpatc    in more than the prescribed       number of contests prior                            Polvtechnic.        named               s
                                                                                                                                       University’                                                                                      NEWSMAKERS
                                                                                                                                                                  to concentrate         on duties for Calm
to the incapacitating      injury   or illness. (457)                                                    a&&      coordinator      nf physlcal     ed-            Irgc’ s     expanding        lnlramurnl&rcc~                CHARLES        TOBEY.        Brooklyn
                                                                                                         ucation-athletics.       replaces      DICK              rcation       programs      and aiding with              College athletic    director,     re-elect-
   Question:        FVT purposes          of the hardsh7p    rulf,   how rue tournurnents                LYON.      who died of heart attack                      opcratio”          of mc.“ s nnd women’
                                                                                                                                                                                            ‘                    s         cd president    of City University          of
and muItiptr          team vs. teum events (e.g., triple              dual meets)    treated             September        23                                      intrrrollr~intr        31 hletic      programs.          New York Athletic       Directors     Asso-
in terms of         being    considered      a contest?                                                                                                              CROSS          COUNTRY-MIKE             MAS           ciation
                                                                                                                         COACHES                                  SONE         anpointed       at St Frnncls                  COMMISSIONERS                 -      VIC   RU-
    Answer:     In individual         sports   (e.g., cross country,       fencing,    golf,               BASEBALL        -  EDDIF.     ALLEN                    (N.Y.).        ..                                        BAS,    former       Duke      hnskethall
gymnastics,      skiing,     tennis, track and field, wrestling),            any compe-                  re,-,laces TOM SPENCE        at CalmIrm                     FOOTBALL-DICK                   GWINN      rc-        coach.  named      first conmussmner
                                                                                                         vine        JOIINNY   BALQUIST       I-?-                signed at Wchcr Statr.                                   of Sun Belt Conference                ERN-
tition   involving       participants      from more than two institutions             con-              tired at Columl~~a after 38 years                           GYMNASTICS             - BRUCE KEE-                   IE CASALE,        Temple     athletic    dim
ducted and organized              as one event at one location          on one calendar                  of scrvicc    to the Univcrslty                          SHIN succeeds ROBERT                   LILLY    at       rector. rr~electrd      commissioner      of
                                                                                                         VINCE      CAPPELLI    rrplncea    BOB                   M 1.T . who resigned              last sull1mer          Enst Coast Conference.
day (e.g., triple          dual meet in wrestling.          team invitational        track                                                                                                                                    EQUIPMENT              MANAGERS                 ~
meet) shall count as one contest, even though team scores against all                                                                                                                                                      TOM       McBRATNEY.             formerly          at
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           1Jnivrrsity   of Pacific,        app”~“trd         at
participating      institutions      are kept separately      or the student-athletes                                                                                                                                      OregO”
participate     against more than one opponent.                Each day of an indi-                                                                                                                                           SPORTS           INFORMATION                DI-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            RECTORS      - RICIIARD       MAZZU-
vidual’s participation          in a tournament      or meet in an individual        sport                                                                                                                                 TO, Lafaycttr     College SID. nnrlled
shall count as one contest. An institution’           s    participation      against an-                                                                                                                                  E:lst Coast Confrrrnrr         nublicitv
other institution         in each contest in a tournament,             doubleheader       or                                                                                                                               director       JILL GILPA%RIC~r;-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           placed    Pi&      CLOSE     at. M.1.T.
multiple     team engagement            in team sports (e.g., baseball, basketball,                                                                                                                                        who became       a full-time     teacher
ice hockey,       lacrosse, soccer, volleyball,         water polo) shall count as                                               POSTSEASON                 FOOTBALL                                                       and coach           REGCIE     SYRCLE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           replaced     TOM     McNAMARA            at
one contest. [B&l-(d)-(2)]                                                                         The following     game already      has been certified    by the NCAA                                                   Millikin          WILLIE     PATRICK
                                                                                                 Extra Events Committee      in accordance     with NCAA Bylaw 2-2, how-                                                   named at Tennessee-Chattanooga
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  EDWARD    CI.OUGH     nppolnted
         Limitations-Financial                          Aid          Renewal                     ever, its original  date of December      14 has been changed.                                                            at Hartwirk     College.
                                                                                                   Independence     Bowl, Dacrmbrr      13, 1976, 7:30 p m., Shreveport, La.                                                 SPORTS          PROMOTION               DIREC-
(Revision of Interpretation,                         August          15, 1976, News)                                                                                                                                       TORS     ~       CHARLES         REDD        re-
   Situation:   An institution    awards or arranges the maximum              tinan-                                                ALL-STAR             FOOTBALL                                                          plnced JON SCHILL             at Pan Amcr-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ican.     Srhill    res?~nt’d      tlr dcvotv
cial assistance in a sport permitted        by Bylaw 5, which does not in-                        The following        games have been certified        by the NCAA        Extra                                           lull~timc     duties 3s TV spI)rtbwhtrr
clude asslstancc to a student-athlete       who was notified        by July 1 that              Events Committee        in accordance   with NCAA Bylaw 2-3:                                                               :I”d sports director         of KRGV-TV.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Wa1.0. Tr-xas             LARRY        WHITE
his aid will not be renewed for the next academic year. As a result                               All-Ohio     Shrine Bowl, December         4, 1976, Columbus,     Ohio.                                                  rurnrd      information        a”d      promo-
of a hraring     before the institution’
                                       s     regular   financial     aid authority,               Memorial     Bowl, Dccrmbcr       4, 1976, Washington,    D.C.                                                           tmns director        for Southland         Con-
the student-athlete’s      aid is subsequently     renewed.      (480)                            Shrine    North-South      Game, December        17, 1976, 8 p.m., Pontiac,                                              frrrnce.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              TRAFNERS         ~ PAMELA          CHLAD
   Q,uesfion: Dots the nwu~cf of uid to such                    a student-athlete  in ad-       Mich.                                                                                                                      nnmrd at 1Jrbinu.r               DOUGLAS
                                                                                                  Blue-Gray     Classic, December      24, 1976, Montgomery,      Ala.                                                     WOOD appointrd            nt Grand Vallrv
dition to the ntarimurrr    timitatzon permitted                ~IJ Bylaw 5 in the sport                                                                                                                                   state c,r11ears                LEE SlJT.LI-
tn question violate the provisions of Bylaw                     5, regardless o( whether          All-American       Lions Bowl Game, January        2, 1977, Tampa, Fla.                                                  VAN namrd          head trainer        :~nd di-
                                                                                                  Shrine East-West        Game, January     2, 1977, 1 p.m., Palo Alto, Calif.                                             rector     of intrnmurnls        nt tJn,ver-
the student-uthlete     ever agatn participates                 in that sport ut the in-                                                                                                                                   sity of Bridgeport                  PATRICK
stitution?                                                                                        Hula Bowl, January        8, 1977, 11 a.m., Honolulu,    Haw.                                                            UARlL       nnmed       head trainer        and
                                                                                                  Japan Bowl, January          16, 1977, 1 p.m., National     Stadium,    Tokyo,                                           cross counLry         coach at Lake Su-
    Answer:  Yes. However,        such a student-athlete          may receive insti-                                                                                                                                       uerior     State.
tutionally  arranged      or awarded        non-athletically        related      financial                                                 GYMNASTICS
assistance available    to all students, provided          there is certification         by      The following    meet has been certified by the NCAA Extra Events                                                            STEVE SHULTS.             18, mrmhcr         of
the faculty   athletic  representative       and chairman         of the financial       aid    Committee    in accordance  with NCAA Bylaw      2-5:                                                                      Wake Forest swimming                team. dur-
committee   that such financial        aid was granted          or arranged        without        9th Annual Rocky Mountain      Open, Deccmbrr    10-l 1, 1976, Colorado                                                  II-IL! practice     srssio”             FRANK
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           RIBAR.         former       Duke        football
regard in any degree to Jlis athletic            ability;     further,    the student-          Springs, Colo.                                                                                                             guard                         s.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      I” late 1930’ arrtomt>hilr
athlete could not participate        again in intercollegiate          athletics      with-                                         ALL-STAR         BASKETBALL                                                            accident,      October     1. “e:lr Jnckson,
                                                                                                    The      following       games      have      been          certifird        by     the     NCAA        Extra          N. C.              DICK      LYON,       51. co-
out the institution    bemg requlrcd          to count the financial           assistance                                                                                                                                  ordmator        of physical         cduration-
against the Bylaw      5 limitation      in the sport in question during each                   Events       Commit&           in   accordance           with      NCAA          Bylaw         Z-3:                        athletics      at. Renssclacr         Polytech-
academic year the financial         aid was received.         LB5-31                                NABC East-West      Game, April   2. 1977, Tulsa, Okla.                                                                nic. heart        attack.     Srntrmber          23
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 . TOM SIiEEtiAN.-63.               retired
                                                                                                    Pizza Hut Classic, April  5, 1977, 8:30 p.m. (EST), Las Vegas,                                           Nev.          RC”SSelaer         Polytechnic          trainer,
                                                                                                    Aloha Classic, April 7-9, 1977, Honolulu,   Haw.                                                                       heart ;rttack,        Septcmher         18
                               Committee            Eligibility                                                                                                                                                            ROBERT         BUTLER.        forrller    Rhode
  Situation:        Official lntcrpretation 800 describes      those individuals                                              INDOOR           TRACK             AND        FIELD                                          Island baseball         and soccer coach.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ;I”d long-t”ne        collegiate      and am;x-
considered       to be “on the stafl’ and therefore
                                          ”               eligible   to serve on                  The following       mert has been certified  by the NCAA Extra Events                                                    tcur league baseball umpire.                after
committees       listed in Bylaw 8. (481)                                                       Committee     in accordance     with NCAA Bylaw 2-4:                                                                       short illness,        Scptrmber         17. Lin-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           coin, R.1
   Question: Are indlvtduals  on temporary leave from their                         institu-      National   Invitational,   January  14, 1977, College Park, Md.
tions considered to be “on the stuff” during thut period?
   Answer:  An individual             on sabbatical   or other temporary    leave for
a period not exceeding
be “on the stati” of an
or on leave in excess
the staff” and shall not
                                    12 consecutive
                                                     months may be considered
                                                  An individual
                                    of 12 consecutive     months
                                   serve on Bylaw 8 committees.
                                                                 on terminal
                                                                  shall not be “on
                                                                     LB8-G-0.1. 800 ]
                                                                                 leave           Olympians
                                                                                                      Continued   from page 1
                                                                                                                                                                                     to Be Feted
                                                                                                                                                           he already was cstahlishing    him-                              Kormann      has won seven Di-
                                                                                                for second-place,    behind    Wash-                       self as one of thrs world’s fastest                           vision II titles over a three-year
                                                                                                      s    Jack Medica      (1934-36)                      humans by capturing      the NCAA                             period, which ties him for second
             Graduate             Student         Coaching           Expenses                                                                              outdoor   IOO-meter  dash title in                            in the all-time      carter   list. With
                                                                                                and Southern      Cal’s Roy Saari
   Situation:    A graduate      of an institution  in his fifth year may assist                                                                           10.16 and the 200-meter        dash                           another    outstanding      elTort     this
                                                                                                (1964-66). tied with nine each.
in coaching football      or basketball     without  being subject to the coach-                                                                           crown in 20.74.                                               year,   hr could ovcrtakc          former
ing stall’ limitations,     provided   his remuneration     is limited to normal                                 Ford      Stars                                                                                         Southern    Connecticut      State star
                                                                                                    North Carolina’    s     Ford was in-                     Although       Glance  failed  in a
educational     expenses.     (485)                                                                                                                        bid to reign atop the world          in                       John Crosby, who leads with 12.
                                                                                                 strumcntal        in lrading      the U. S.                                                                             Kormann     has placed 12 times in
   Question:  May such an individual     receive  uctual and necessary                                                                                     Olympic     sprint competition   when
                                                                                                 back to Olympic          cage supremacy                                                                                 Division       II   competition.
erpenses from his institution   incurred    in the perfo,rmunce of his                                                                                     hc placed        fourth  in the lOO-
                                                                                                 in 1976, despite           skeptics        who
                                                                                                                                                           meter     dash      at Montreal,     he                           In 1975, Kormann     won the Na-
couching duties (e.g., travel on team trips or to speak at banquets)                            .never gave the young American
                                                                                                                                                           earned his gold medal as a mem-
                                                                                                 squad a chance against the taller                                                                                       tional   Collegiate  all-around  and
which would place him in excess of the amount of normal educa-                                                                                             ber of the U. S. 400-meter       relay
                                                                                                 and experienced         Europrnn       trams.                                                                           floor exercise titles.
tional expenses?                                                                                                                                           tram, which was clocked at 38.33.
                                                                                                    Ford, now only a junior, starred                                                                                        Dziedzic     won consecutive    Na-
   Answer: No, except for those expenses incurred     on road trips                        by    in each of the six U. S. victories,                          Southern    Connecticut           s
                                                                                                                                                                                           State’                        tional     Collegiate     Division   II
the team he coaches, in which case the expenses shall bc limited                           to    which       was climaxed           with      the          Kormann     became the fist      1J. S.                       wrestling    titles at 150 pounds for
the same expenses permitted   team members.   [B12-l-(h)]                                        95-74 gold medal             victory      over            male gymnast to win an Olympic                                Slippery    Rock State in 1970 and
                                                                                                 Yugoslavia.                                               medal in gymnastics        since 1932.                        1971, and won          the 158-pound
                                                                                                    Ford’ s     play-making             talents            with a bronze in floor exercise.                              class in 1972.
                                                                                                 helped spur the U. S. to victory.                            He began his year by winning                                   Hc  also won    the   Division
       Championships Records                                                                     He recorded          54 assists in six
                                                                                                 games, the most by any player
                                                                                                 at the Olympics.         Ford tallied         68
                                                                                                                                                           five individual
                                                                                                                                                                               titles at the 1976
                                                                                                                                                                        Collegiate    Division      II
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         1 150-pound title in 1971 and was
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         third in 1970. He placed second
                                                                                                                                                           Gymnastics      Championships,      win-                      at 158 in 1972.
           Book on Hold                                                                          points for the U. S.. with a game
                                                                                                 high of 20 against Puerto Rico.
                                                                                                    Although       Ford has never par-
                                                                                                                                                           ninr: titles    in all-around
                                                                                                                                                           exercise, still rings, vaulting
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           recorded    a phe-

      Although     mechanical   prob-                 SIDs are requested to make                                                                           horizontal    bar competition.         He
                                                                                                ticipated      on a National          Collegi-                                                                           nomenal   117-2 dual mcrt record
   lems      with  the printer   have               special note of records broken                                                                         also placed      second on parallel
                                                                                                ate      Championship            team,       thr                                                                         and pinned    56 opponents.      Slip-
   caused      the 19’75-76 National                                                                                                                       bars       and       third     on     the     pommel1
                                                    during    championship      compe-          swift-footed         guard     earned        na-                                                                         p?ry Rock State tallied        a 45-4
   Collegiate    Championships                                                                                                                             horse.
                                                    titian for which their respec-              t:onal      repute     leading       the Tar                                                                             dual record     during   his career,
   Records   Book to be over a                                                                                                                                              History-Maker                                and was second in the Division
                                                    tive institution    is host. At-             Heels to the regular-srason                At-
   month late coming        off the                                                                                                                                                                                      II Championship      in 1971.
   press, the publication        still              taching notification    of these            lantic      Coast Confrrcncc             cham-               Shortly    after   his memorable
   should be in the hands of                        records broken to the results                pionship      in 1976, averaging            18.6          performance      in the Division    II                          Dziedzic     won the bronze      medal
   sports information      directors                which are sent to the NCAA                   points a game.                                            championships,     Kormann    became                          in the     Ifi3-pound    freestyle      in
   of institutions    hosting     fall              national   ofllce provides   in-                Harvey Glance began to make                            the     first    prrson       in    history     to win        Montreal.     He was an alternate       to
   championships     in time for                    creased assurance that such                  his name familiar         by winning        the           the  all-around     title in both divi-                       eventual       gold   medal      winner
   program preparations.                            records will not escape notice.              NCAA GO-yard indoor champion-                             sions by claiming        the Division   I                     Wayne Wells, who defeated Dzi-
                                                                                                 ship in 6.21 as a young freshman                          crown rn route to his historical                              cdzic in the Olympic trials finals,
                                                                                                 at Auburn last winter. By spring,                         Olympic      performance.                                     in the 1972 Olympics.

                  NOCSAE,Safer Rules Preventing Accidents
    Continuing         efforts     of the Na-                ball    Rules      Committee        adopted            ball-related        deaths. In 1973 the                                        University,        Detroit,    Mich.,      de-                      dition     to financial          support      from
tional      Operating         Committee           on         new rules prohibiting              tackling,           figure     dropped        to nine deaths,                                      veloped      the voluntary       NOCSAE                             athletic      equipment           manufactur-
Standards          for     Athletic         Equip-           butt or ram blocking,            and over-             11 m 1974, and 15 in 1975. Al-                                                 football     helmet standard.                                       ers,      sports        medicine          grow,
ment (NOCSAE),                plus the adop-                 all use of the hclmct as a wrapon                      though      concrete        figures are un-                                        Football        helmet       standards                          sports organizations,                 and other
tion of safer playing                 rules ap-              against an opponent.                                   available      on injuries,        we feel the                                 first were used on a voluntary                                      organizations          and individuals           in-
parently       arc having a signi!icant                         In rcccnt        years, some sports                 positive     reports from proplc               in-                             basis in 1974, according           to Blyth.                        terested in sports safety.
rffrct     011 the reduction             of fool-            medicine      experts     have criticized              dicates       that      our      program          is                                                                                                   “Our      eflorts      arc not limited
ball-related         deaths and injuries.                                                                                                                                                              In 1975, the NJCAA               adopted
                                                             coaching         techniques        stressing           working.”                                                                                                                                          to     football,”         Blyth        said.      “A
                                                                                                                                                                                                   the voluntary          standard       for   its
    Over the past few years, fig-                            use of the head as a contact                               Formed        in 1970 in response                                           membership          and made          recom-                       NOCSAE baseball batting                    helmet
ures directly          and indirrctly            rc’-        point     in blocking        and tackling              to need for a football                    helmet                                mendrd        adherence      part      of its                      standard       has bprn developed               and
later1 to injuries            suffrrcd       while           an     opponent.         This     so-rallrd            safety      standard,         NOCSAE           has                             football      rules, followed         by the                        will be presented               publicly      later
participating           in football            have          “head”      technique        has become                developed         a voluntary          standard                                 NCAA and NFSHSA              in 1976.                              this yrar. Research                prcscntly        is
dropped,        and NOCSAE’         s       efforts          one of the main causes of quad-                        for all new equipment                purchases                                                                                                     being conducted               on ice hockey
and       implcmcntation               of     safrr          raplegic      and paraplegic           cases,           by NCAA football-playing                   insti-                                             Future            Mandate                           protective         headgear          in an at-
playing       rules have been major                          according      to these sources.                        tutions,    the National           Federation                                      The NCAA           and NJCAA           will                    tempt to establish             a standard        for
factors in the reduction,                  arcord-              The      NCAA         Committee           011        of State High School Associations                                              require      their     respective       mcm-                       that sport.”
 ing to Dr. Carl Blyth,                NOCSAE                Comprtitlvc             Safeguards        and            (NFSHSA)           and       the      National                                bershigs      to adopt the standard                                    Blyth      also indicated             several
president.                                                   Medical      Aspects       of Sports,         of        Junior     College Athletic            Associa-                                beginning         in 1978, while            thr                    government             organizations             are
     “Our      organization            definitely            which Blyth is a member, rccom-                         tion (NJCAA).                                                                  NFSHSA          indicated       it will     re-                    utilizing      NOCSAE’      s     expertise        in
feels NOCSAE has played an im-                               mended a new rule and editorial                            Besides these three organiza-                                               quire    its membership            to adopt                        the development              of safer athletic
portant role in the reduction of                             changes to rxisting          rules to pro-             tions,      the      American            Collrgr                                the standard         by 1980.                                      equipment,          including       the Consu-
football-related            deaths       and in-             hibit    the use of the helmet                to       Health         Association,             National                                    “A conslitucnry        of various ath-                         mer Yroducl           Safety Commission.
 juries,”      said       Blyth,       chairman              spear, butt or ram an opponent.                         Athletic        Trainers          Association                                  letic      organizations            presents                           In addition           to its programs
and       professor,        Department             of                                                               and Sporting          Goods Manufactur-                                         NOCSAE         excellent      input for de-                        studying         safety        standards         for
Physical         Education,          University                             Rules       Help                         ing    Association,           wrre      charter                                velopment         and improvement             of                   baseball           and          ice      hockey,
of North         Carolina,       Chapel Hill.                    “These   new      rules     also have               members        of NOCSAE.                                                      safer athletic        equipment,”        Blyth                     NOCSAE’     s      future      efforts include
“The        response         from        coaches,            produced    a positive      cffcct on thr                   Subscqurnt         additions        to thr                                 stated.     “Support        from     athletic                      refinement          and research           of the
trainers      and others who come in                         reduction     of football        head and               membership           included         the Na-                                  equipment         manufacturers         shows                      football      helmet       standard;       ansly-
contact        with       football        injuries           neck injuries,”      Blyth said. “Car-                 tional      Sporting         Goods       Dealers                                their concern for safety and also                                   sis of equipment-related                   injury
has been very positive                    in sup-            rectivr    blocking       and      tackling             Association         and       thr      National                                has made them take a more seri-                                     data; creation of a full-time                 staff
port       of NOCSAE’        s       equipment               techniques      stressed      by coaches                Athletic     Equipment          Reconditlon-                                   ous look          at improving            their                    to administer           the NOCSAE pro-
 standard        and its usefulness                in         also are hecoming         an important                 ers Association.                                                               producls.”                                                          gram;      and establishment                 of a
providing         a safer level of com-                      determent     to these crippling          in-               Dr. Voigt Hodgson,             director     of                                 NOCSAE          currently       operates                       surveillance           system         to    insure
petition.”                                                   juries.                                                 the Gurd.iian-Lissnrr               Biochemi-                                  through       a grant        presented        to                   NOCSAE            standards          are being
    Last January,          the NCAA Foot-                        “In 1972 there were 22 foot-                        cal Laboiatory           at Waynr           State                              Wayne       State University,          in ad-                      achieved.

Many Winners
In NCAA -Japan
All- Star Tennis
    The official        score was NCAA                       derburn,      Oklahoma      City; Fran-
All-Stars        20, Japanese          All-Stars             cisco Gonzalez,       Ohio State; and
3, but the success of the NCAA-                              two female competitors,           Barbara
Japanese            Collegiate         All-Star              Hallquist,      Southern       California,
Tennis Championships                 in Tokyo,               and     Trinity      College’s       Sandy
September           18-21, far exccedcd                      stap.
the results on the scoreboard.                                  Jerry Miles, NCAA director              of
    “Both       teams       won      this     first          events,     accompanied        the group
championship,”            said team leader                   which      departed   Los Angeles on
Rolla Anderson,             Kalamazoo         Col-           September        15.
lege, and former              NCAA        Tennis
                                                                             Long       Flight
Commitkc           chairman.       “It was an
unforgettable            experience,                            After     a 14-hour          flight to To-
which I am sure none of the par-                             kyo, the all-stars           rested prior to
ticipants       will ever forget.                            practicing          Friday         (September
    “The sincere warmness                  of the            17) at the Topyrec              Plaza, wherr
Japanese          people      was certainly                  the competition            took place.
the highlight            of the trip.           We              Players        from both teams pa-
 hope to continue              this relation-                raded into the Topyrec for intro-
 ship in tennis, and look forward                            ductions       in opening           ceremonies          Members             of     the     NCAA            Tennis          All-Stars           pose         at   Topyrec         Plaza.      Standing        (I to    r):     Bruce        Manson,       Southern
to NCAA            rcprcscntativcs           corn-           on the first official day of com-                       California;              Tim       Garcia,          New           Mexico;            Bill     Maze,        Stanford;         Steve      Wedderburn,                 Oklahoma           City;     Francisco
pcting       against       Japanese         colle-           petition     September           18. A crowd
                                                                                                                     Gonzalez,                Ohio      State;          and          Chris       Lewis,      Southern           California.            Kneeling       (I to   r): Rolla       Anderson,             Kalamazoo
giate      athletes      in other        athletic            estimated        at 1,200 was on hand
                                                             before a Japanese national                   tele-      College;           Sandy           Stop,        Trinity           College;           Glenn           Bassett,      UCLA      head       coach;      Barbara           Hallquist,       Southern        Cali-
    UCLA          Head        Tennis       Coach             vision     audience,                                    fornia;          and      Jerry        Miles,       NCAA                director       of     events.
Glenn        Bassett       served      as team                  Shinichi          Sakamoto,           one     of     they received                   from      the American                            Prrhaps    Gonzalez       summarized                             sociation       and      Japan       Student
coach for eight              NCAA        players             Japan’  s     top players,             surprised        players.                                                                       everyone’ s    feelings     as he step-                             Tennis Federation.
 selected on the basis of results                            Garcia for one of the host courl-
                                                                                                                                  Basset?              Impressed                                    pcd on the jet at Tokyo’         s  busy                               Future     competition        with Jap-
from last spring’        s     National       Col-               s
                                                             try’ two wins, in men’ singles        s
                                                                                                                           “I was very        impressed       with                                  International     Airport     by saying,                            anese      collegians       includes       the
legiate      Championships,            and fol-              competition,            6-4,       6-3,     while
                                                                                                                    the Japanese           players,”     Bassett                                    “Wow, what an experience!”                                          second      annual       NCAA-Japanese
lowing         recommendations               from            Hallquist      lost to Nobuyuki            Naka-
                                                                                                                     said. “They        were better        than I                                      Sports Nippon Press, the larg-                                   Collegiate      All-Star     Golf Tourna-
the United           States Tennis          Asso-            gawa      in women’       s       singles,     6-2,
                                                                                                                    thought      they’d be, and could be                                            est sports newspaper           in Japan                             ment, December           15-17, in Tokyo,
ciation’ s         Women’   s       Collegiate               2-6, 7-6. NCAA               teams won all
                                                                                                                    very good once they gain ex-                                                    with    a circulation      of 1,400,000,                            and the first NCAA-Japan               Inter-
 Committee.                                                                  s
                                                             three men’ doubles matches on
                                                                                                                    perience       and work on basics.                                              co-sponsored       the championship                                 national     Volleyball       Srrics,    Jan-
     Included       in the playing             con-          the opening           day OI competition.
                                                                                                                         “But    just the experience             of                                 with the NCAA.                                                      uary    28, 29 and 31 at San Diego
 tingent      were Southern             Califor-                Sunday’  s         action       was      high-
                                                                                                                    seeing our young people compe-                                                     The tournament         was approved                              Statr, UCLA and Cal-Santa                Bar-
nia’  s Bruce         Manson       and Chris                 lighted      by the           attendance          of
                                                                                                                    ting internationally          in a foreign                                      by the USTA, Japan Tennis As-                                       bara, respectively.
 Lewis; Bill Maze, Stanford;                   Tim           scores of Japanese children,                  who
 Garcia, New Mexico; Steve Wed-                              were thrilled            by the attention              country       and establishing          good-
                                                                                                                    will far outweighed             any tennis
                                                                                                                    edge we might             have had over
                                                                                                                    the Japanese.”
                                                                                                                        The next two days of compe-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Official Basketball
                                                                                                                    tition     saw the te’
                                                                                                                    “unofficially”         as
                                                                                                                                                ams compete
                                                                                                                                                 players       ex-
                                                                                                                     changed opponents.                                                                             the basketball season
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  With                                                   Sports Information         Directors
                                                                                                                         Shopping,     a tour of Tokyo, eat-                                               just around the corner, sports                                Association,        United     States
                                                                                                                    ing exotic        Japanese       foods, and                                           information    directors at mem-                               Basketball   Writers Association
                                                                                                                    enjoying        the     atmospherr         and                                        ber institutions    may be inter-                              and    the   NCAA        Basketball
                                                                                                                    beauty of Japan and its people                                                        ested in ordering a full sup-                                  Rules Committee.
                                                                                                                    occupied most of the group’ time     s                                                ply of Official NCAA Basket-
                                                                                                                    ofT the courts.                                                                       ball Scorebooks.                                                  Space for scoring 32 games
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Because of the NCAA Pub-                                    is contained in the book, and
                                                                                                                                                                                                          lishing Service’ prepaid-only
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            s                                            indicates, both in word and in
                                                                                                                                                                                                          policy,     books     cannot      be                           shading on the form the spe-
                                                                                                                                                                                                          shipped without payment on                                     cific responsibilities    of the of-
                                                                                                                                                                                                          the week of that first game,                                   ficial scorer.
                                                                                                                     Southern               s
                                                                                                                                         Cal’          Bruce      Manson                                  so advance planning will help                                      This   excellent      scorebook
                                                                                                                                                                                                          prevent last-minute        frustra-                            sells for $2 per copy, or $1.70
                                                                                                                     shakes           hands      with        Shigeyuki
                                                                                                                                                                                                          tion.                                                          per book in lots of six or
                                                                                                                     Nishio           of Waseda             University                                        The Official   NCAA Basket-                                more, from the NCAA Pub-
                                                                                                                     following                    s
                                                                                                                                            Manson’              6-4,         l-6,                         ball Scorebook    is approved by                              lishing   Service, P. 0. Box
                                                                                                                     6-2        win    in nationally-televised                                             the National      Association      of                          1906, Shawnee       Mission, Kan-
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Basketball     Coaches,     College                           sas 66222.

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To Be Presented at Convention

NCAA CommitteeNominationsDueDecember
   Nominations              for
                                   1   on              McDaniel,    Marietta   College;   and          F.   Lyles        (III) and      Houston               Football,      Division        II -      Two                                  Not eligible:           Bill Harlan         (I) and
NCAA         committees     bc  filled at
                                  to                   Eugene     F. Corrigan,   University            Wheeler     (III). Not eligible:    Chal-          expirations.       Eligible      for re-elec-                                     Jerry Hinsdalc              (II)
the Association’s     annual Conven-                   of Virginia.                                    mers M. Port (I) and Jackson W.                    tion: Gordon K. Larson (II). Not                                                       Tennis      ~       Three        expirations.
tion must be forwarded          to each                                                                Rafeld   (III).                                    cliglblc:      Marino     H. Cascm (II).                                          Eligible for reelection:                 Kent De-
                                                           In addition    to forwarding        all
mcmbrr’s     district   representative                 nominations     to district   represen-            Basketball       Rules ~ Five ex-                   Football,     Division        ICI ~ Two                                       Mars (II) and Herbert                   J. Provost
no later than December          1.                     tatives, a copy of all recommen-                pirations.      Eligible  for rr-clec-             expirations.       Eligible      for re-elec-                                      (II). Not eligible:             Albert G. Mol-
                                                       dations     should     he mailed         to     tion:   Oscar Erickson       (JC), Ar-             tion: Thomas A. Mont (III)                    and                                 lay Jr. (I)
   The     Association’s     Committee
on Committees          is charged     with             Fannie    B. Vaughan,         P.O. Box          thur J. McAfee Jr. (III),       Edward             William       C. Stiles (JJI)                                                          Track and Field-Five                   expira-
soliciting   nominations,      screening,              1906, Shawnee        Mission,    Kansas         S. Stcitz (II) and Jack M. Thurn-                      Golf ~ Three expirations.                 Eli-                                tions.      Eligible          for     re-election:
and recommcndmg             stalT mem-                 66222, national     ofiice staff mem-           blad     (111). Not eligible:     Vince             gible for rr-elcction-              Grnr Nor-                                    Neil      I. Cohen              (JC),     John     H.
bcrs from      institutions     to   serve             ber who serves as secretary             to      Schaefer      (HS)                                  ris (III)      and Hansel           E. Tookes                                    Randolph          (I), James E. Hawkins
on NCAA committees            to the an-               the Committee        on Committees.                                                                 (II)    Not eligible:      Herb Wimber-                                           (III)    and Ken Shannon                  (I). Not
                                                                                                            NCAA Representatives          To Na-                                                                                            eligible:      DeLoss Dodds (I).
nual Convention.                                          Any      institution         submitting                                                          1~ (I).
                                                                                                       tional    Basketball     Committee      -                                                                                                 Volleyball         -      One expiration.
    It is important    all nominations                 nominations       is urged to pay par-                                                                 Gymnastics-Two                expirations.
                                                                                                       Three      expirations.     Eligible   for                                                                                           Eligible       for re-election:             Charles
he submitted        to district    repre-              ticular attention       to eligibility    re-                                                      Eligible      for re-election:          William
                                                                                                       re-election:     Arthur   J. McAfee Jr             Roctzhcim          (II)     Not        Eligible.                                  R. Sandefur           (I).
sentatives     on the Committee          on            quircments        in connection         with
                                                                                                        (III),  Edward      S. Steitz (II) and
 Committees       by the      prescribed               rcsprctivc     division,     district    and                                                       Frank A. Wolcott            (II).                                                      Water Polo - One expiration.
                                                                                                       Jack M. Thurnblad          (IJI).
 deadline,    so that body may re-                     other rcquircmrnts         statrd in By-                                                               Ice Hockey-Two             expirations.                                       Eligible         for       re-election:          Ken
 view all nominees         at its meet-                law 8 in the NCAA Manual.                          Basketball,    Division    I -- Two             Eligible     for re-election:       Allan D.                                      Lindgrcn          (I). Amendment               pend-
ing prior to the 7lst annual Con-                                                                      expirations:    Eligible   for re-rlrc-            Godfrey       (HS) and J. Burt Smith                                              ing to increase                  membership         to
                                                                   Qualifications                                                                                                                                                           six.
vention     in January,       in Miami                                                                 tion: J,awrcncr      K. Albus (I) and              (I).
                                                          Other    qualifications       of candi-      Willis R. Casey (I).                                                                                                                      Wrestling         ~ Five expirations.
Beach, Fla.                                                                                                                                                   Lacrosse      ~    Two expirations.
                                                       dates for committee           membership                                                                                                                                             Eligible      for re-election:            David H.
     Mrmbcrs                       77
                     of the 19’ Commit-                include:       The      reputation        and      Basketball,   Division    II - Two              Eligible      for reelection:            Morti-
                                                                                                                                                          mer LaPointr           (111) and Robert                                           Adams (1) and James W. Morgan
tee on Committees                 are: Donald          character     to clearly indicate        that   expirations.   Eligible   for re-elec-                                                                                                (11). Not eligible:             LeRoy A. Alitz
M. Russell, W&cyan                   University        he will use committee              member-      tion: Thomas J. Niland          Jr. (II).          H. Scott (I).
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             (I), Ron Jacobsen                (I) and Edroy
 (District       1); David B. Eavenson,                ship to serve the Association             and   Not eligible.     Richard     F. Scharf                Skiing-Two          expirations.       Eli-                                   Kringstad          (JC)
Dickinson          College       (District      2) ;   not his self-interest           or that of      (JJ).                                              gible for re-election:           Ken Mac-
Peter      Ii. Elliott,        University         of   his institution       or his particular            Basketball,  Division       III ..-- Two        Lennan       (II) and James W. Page                                                               Other             Committees
 Miami        (District       3); George          S.   confcrcnce,       the respect of others         expirations.   Eligible      for rc-elec-          (1).                                                                                   Competitive        Safeguards          and
King        Jr.,      Purdue         University        engaged on that committee;                and   tian:    Russ Granger           (III)    and            Soccer-Five        expirations.        Eli-                                  Medical        Aspects of Sports--Two
 (District        4); A. L. Spanberg,                  thr time and ability           to perform       James A. Rcrdy        (III).                       gible for re-election:          Don Dallas                                        expirations.        Eligible    for rc-elec-
North       Dakota         State University            the duties involved.                                                                                (II),   C. Cliff McCrath            (II) and                                     tion:      Gordon       L. Graham          (JI).
 (District        5); Harry          H. Fouke,            Recommendations           and nomina-           Fencing      ~    Two   cnpir-ations.           Joseph M. Palonr           (I). Not cligi-                                        Not eligible:         Joseph P. Zabilski
University          of Houston          (District      tions arc solicited       for the follow-       Eligible   for re-clcction:       Ronald           IJk:     Robert       Gurlkrr        (I).    An                                    !I).
fi):   Richard W. Burns, University                    ing committees.        Nominees will be         C. Millrr    (I). Not eligible:      Mur-          amendment          is pending      to delete                                          ,<?onstitution      and Bylaws-One
 of Texas, El Paso, (District                    7);   prescntcd        to    the      Convention      iel Bower      (II).                               thr vacant         high school position                                           expiration.        Eligible    for re-elec-
and John R. Davis, Oregon State                         delegates    for their consideration.             Football       Rules - Five rxpira-              which also is not eligible             for re-                                   tion: Ross H. Smith (III).
 University         (District    8).                    Roman numerals           in parenthesrs        tions.   Eligible         for     re-election:     clrction.                                                                               Extra Events - Three expira-
   At-T,argc mrmbers    arc: Edwin                     indicate      divisional       represcnta-      David M. Nrlson              (II). Not rllgi-           Swimming        ~ Five expirations.                                          tions.      Eligible       for   re-election:
W. Lawrrncr,      Chcyney      State                   tion.                                           ble: Edward         Srhluntz       (HS), Stan      Eligible      for rr-election:          Robert                                    Frank BroyIes            (I) and David H.
College, Paul Rundell,   San Fran-                        Baseball      ~ Four expirations.            Sheriff     (II),    Clifton      M. Specgle       M. Bruce (JII), James E. Haines                                                   Strack       (I). Not cligiblr:         Robert
cisco State University;     Jor W.                     Eligiblr    for re-election:         Joseph     (I) and Joseph P. Zabilski                 (II).    (III)    and Don Van Rossen (I).                                                 C. Jarnrs (I).

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